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Malaysian International Feed, Livestock & Meat Industry Show

Livestock Malaysia has developed an outstanding reputation since 2001 as Malaysian’s leading event for the feed, livestock, and meat industries. Malaysian’s International Feed, Livestock & Meat Industry biennial show will return to Malaysia and continues to grow bigger and better each time. Supported by the Department of Veterinary Services, the Ministry for Agriculture, and Agro-Based Industries. The event is expected to attract more than 9,000 local, regional, and international trade visitors and delegates, representing integrators, veterinarians, livestock farmers, feed millers, wholesalers, retailers, food processors, importers, and distributors.

Due to the pandemic, this event was canceled for 2021, but the organizer of Livestock Malaysia has decided to reschedule its 10th edition to 10-12August 2022 at the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), Malacca. 

 

As the organizer, we will continue our effort to ensure that Livestock Malaysia from 10 – 12 August 2022 will be another great success. It will give the appropriate period of time for confidence to return to the marketplace.

“We are greatly appreciative of your understanding and continuous support for Livestock Malaysia. Together, we have nurtured a strong foundation in Malaysia livestock industry and always in search of innovative ideas to stand strong within the industry players”.

 

Why Malacca?

  • The Livestock industry is growing rapidly in Malaysia, particularly in the southern part, contributing greatly to the economic growth and development of the Malaysian Livestock industry. 70% of total Malaysia’s broiler production is located here.

 

Why attend?

In 2022, Livestock Malaysia will welcome over 9,000 delegates and visitors and more than 200 exhibitors from 30 countries.

Led by international pavilions from China, Korea, and Taiwan will bring a strong international perspective to the region’s livestock sector. Moreover, it also encourages valuable business partnerships, knowledge transfer, and investment by which we can help to increase the region’s competitiveness by




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