Malaysia to host Livestock Asia 2013

livestockexpoAsian feed, livestock and meat industry is set to get a major boost with Malaysia being chosen as the host for this year’s Livestock Asia Expo & Forum that will take place from 24-26 September

The show holds a lot of significance at the moment with many experts predicting Asia's of pork, beef and other livestock consumption to double by 2020. The steep increase in livestock consumption will pose massive production, demand and supply-related challenges for the industry.

The Department of Veterinary Services, Malaysia will host the Livestock Asia 2013 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.  

The 2013 event is expected to be brimming with ideas and packed with information that will further advance the development of the industry. ‘Increase your profit from our Stock Market!’ has been chosen as the theme for Livestock Asia 2013.

The seventh edition of this major exhibit will feature 300 exhibitors from 32 countries. Key participants will include integrators, farmers, feed millers, pre- mixers, meat processors, slaughter house operators, veterinarians, distributors and retailers.

The show will be a golden opportunity for visitors to inspect the innovations in feed management, animal health and nutrition, closed housing systems, centralised slaughtering facilities and advanced meat processing and packaging systems. It will also provide several business opportunities to the participants.

It will have experts and industry leaders sharing their views and expertise regarding future industry trends and their impact in Asia. Top local and international speakers will discuss and address a variety of topics relevant to the industry.

The show will feature national pavilions from Singapore, UK, China and Thailand amongst others. It will include the Asian Livestock Industry Award and the Malaysian Livestock Industry Award to recognise and reward prominent livestock producers. 

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