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The Federation of Livestock Farmers’ Associations of Malaysia is the umbrella organization of the Malaysian livestock industry and is intended to be the bridge that links together the interests of the industry, the Central Government and the general consumers.


Established in 1974 to represent the interest of poultry and pig farmers, the Federation of Livestock Farmers’ Associations of Malaysia(FLFAM) is a private, non-profit organisation covering the poultry and pig farming communities from the state and district member associations in East and West Malaysia. 

Its primary role is to provide a forum for the pig and poultry farmers for the discussion and collective actions towards seeking solutions for their common problems so as to safeguard their common interest. 

It also liaises with the government, trade, research and other interested groups, both within and outside the country, in order to serve the needs and promote the welfare of the farming community.  It aims to encourage its members to make available adequate supplies of quality protein food to consumers at reasonable prices and, by this, to generate revenue for the livestock industry.