27 – 29 AUGUST 2025                    KUALA LUMPUR


8TV Money Matters, Season 5 EP 13: Smart Farming and Food Security (Part 2)

During Livestock Malaysia 2023, 8TV Money Matters conducted an insightful interview with key figures in the livestock industry– Dato Dr. Tee Ah Kiat, President of the Malaysian Animal Health and Nutrition Industries Association (MAHNIA) and Datuk Jeffrey Ng Choon Ngee, President of the Federation of Livestock Farmer’s Associations of Malaysia (FLFAM). These esteemed industry leaders […]

[22/8/2023] Malaysia suspends import of live cattle from Australia on LSD concerns

Malaysia has paused the import of live cattle and buffalo from Australia after neighbouring Indonesia earlier decided to halt imports from four Australian facilities over concerns about lumpy skin disease (LSD) last month. Australia Chief Veterinary Officer Dr Mark Schipp confirmed the Malaysian move in response to fears of the highly infectious viral disease. In a […]

[27/7/2023] Malaysia Livestock Industry Outlook 2022 – 2026

See how Malaysia Livestock performed compared to key markets such as China, Brazil and India. Key Market Indicators Malaysia’s livestock production is on the rise, projected to reach around 4.1 million by 2026. This is an increase of 0.7% year on year, despite a decrease of 0.2% since 1966. In 2021, Malaysia was ranked 72nd […]

[5/7/2023] Korea fortifies cooperation with Malaysia for ICT, smart livestock farming

The government will fortify cooperation with Malaysia to foster exchanges in smart ICT-mediated farming technologies, the agriculture ministry said Wednesday. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs said it signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Malaysia’s livestock businesses in Kuala Lumpur, July 5. Among the attendees were Animal Industry Data Korea CEO Kyeong […]

[30/6/2023] Livestock experiencing heat stress due to hot weather

KUALA LUMPUR: Feedlot manager Muhammad Zubir Mohamed sighed heavily when a worker informed him of the death of yet another cow. It was 7am and he was just getting ready to leave for his feedlot in Bangi, Selangor, when he received the bad news. Over the past three months, the feedlot concerned lost 20 head […]

[11/04/2023] Hypermarket Chain MYDIN Wins Praise For New Cage-Free Eggs Goal

Subang Jaya, Malaysia – MYDIN, Malaysia’s largest Halal hypermarket and retail chain, won praise yesterday from international NGO Lever Foundation for committing to selling only cage-free shell eggs at all of its locations nationwide by 2030. “We will continuously cooperate with our suppliers and customers to achieve a 100% cage-free egg assortment for all shell […]

[24/01/2023] Livestock industry in the doldrums without incentives

Govt should consider providing support services and complementary infrastructure to boost private investment in the industry by S BIRRUNTHA  GOVERNMENT incentives are important to strengthen the country’s livestock industry as it plays a major role in sustainable food systems, according to analysts. Sunway University Business School professor and economist Dr Yeah Kim Leng said on top […]

[24/04/2021]Big integrated poultry players less impacted by higher feed costs

A poultry industry observer told StarBizWeek that size and integration enabled the large scale businesses to import feed input and conduct feed sales, which are expected to be profitable. LARGE poultry and integrated agro-based groups such as Leong Hup International Bhd and QL Resources Bhd would still deliver decent earnings in 2021, despite the surge in the cost of […]

[05/08/2020] Do you know … about Malaysia’s poultry industry?

The poultry industry is an important industry as it provides a cheap source of protein to Malaysians. Statistic’s show a Malaysian consumes an average of nearly 50kg of chicken meat and 370 eggs a year.. https://s38361.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/poultry.mp4 Source: The Star (5th August 2020)

[09/05/2020] Covid-19: Poultry factory among 3 premises closed, says senior minister

Three premises including a chicken factory in Negeri Sembilan have been ordered to close after workers there tested positive for Covid-19, said Senior Minister (Security) Ismail Sabri Yaakob.Ismail said that in his Covid-19 update on Saturday, adding that another closure was of a shopping mall in Cheras where its security were found to be infected, […]