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Webinar: Challenges in the Malaysian Poultry Industry


Last updated: 10/12/20

Challenges in the Malaysian Poultry Industry
As the Malaysian poultry industry transform to a more progressive industry, there are many challenges both technical as well as financial.

Objective:

To explore the various avenues and strategies for the poultry industry to stay sustainable in providing a nutritious and affordable protein for consumers.

Date: 12 December 2020 (Saturday)

Time: 11.00 am to 1.00 pm

Moderator: Datuk Jeffrey Ng, Sr. Advisor and Ex-President of FLFAM

a) Challenges for the development of downstream poultry processing
Speaker: Dr Yap Teow Chong, Technical Consultant FLFAM

b) Resource recovery in the poultry industry
Speaker: Dr Subramanian Perumal, General Manager Processing, Farm’s Best Food Industries Sdn. Bhd.

c) Challenges in niche marketing: Kampung chicken/ Labelled broilers farming
Speaker: Mr Terry Tan, President FLFAM

d) Financial assistance available for poultry farmers and processors
Speaker: En. Mohamad Sukri Bin Yusop, Agrobank, Head of Commercial. Region 3.

Register here:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7y3v6znTR0mCZvi7E2zsXQ

*Note: You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

MVC CPD Points/s: 1

To know more please do not hesitate to contact

Pn. Nur Fatimah Mohd Zaki (nurfatimah@mpc.gov.my)

Ms. Nurul Nadia (afpn@mpc.gov.my)

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