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Webinar: Public Health Concerns in Poultry Production
Last updated: 03/12/20

Public Health Concerns in Poultry Production


Poultry meat and eggs are part of the stable diet of all Malaysians. The poultry industry had advanced over the years to enable the country to be self-sufficient in this important protein source. However the intensification of poultry production poses certain challenges that are of public health and environmental concern.


· To discuss the public health concerns especially on food safety, and antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

· To discuss the intervention measures for risk mitigation on the public health issues.

Date: 5 December, 2020 (Saturday)

Time: 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

Moderator: Mr Terry Tan, President FLFAM

a) Food Safety(biological and chemical hazards) in Poultry Farming and Processing
Speaker: Dr Rohaya binti Mohd Ali, Dept. of Veterinary Services, Malaysia

b) Public Health and Environmental Concerns in the Poultry Industry

Speaker: Dr Yap Teow Chong, Technical Consultant FLFAM

c) Use of non-antimicrobial (AMR) alternatives in sustainable poultry production

Speaker: Prof. Dr Loh TC, Head of Animal Science Dept., UPM

d) Myths about Poultry Meat and Eggs
Speaker: Dr Tan Chee Kiang, Technical Consultant FLFAM
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