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WPSA (MALAYSIA) Scientific Conference @ Setia City Convention Centre, Shah Alam (6th - 7th September 2023)


wpsa newsAs one of the cornerstone industries driving Malaysia's agricultural landscape, the poultry industry plays a pivotal role in meeting the nation's growing demand for high-quality protein while ensuring food security and economic prosperity. In light of the evolving challenges and opportunities, this scientific conference aims to unravel the potential of smart farming methodologies and the future of feed, setting the stage for a resilient and sustainable poultry industry. 
Under the theme of "Smart Farming and the Future of Feed," this conference will explore the transformative power of cutting-edge technologies, data-driven decision-making, and sustainable practices that enable farmers to optimize production, enhance animal welfare, and minimize environmental impact.

Moreover, the conference will shed light on the future of feed, with a focus on sustainable formulations, gut health, alternative protein sources, and precision nutrition. By exploring cutting-edge research, sharing best practices, and engaging in insightful discussions, we will pave the way for a future where feed quality, nutritional value, and environmental sustainability are at the forefront of poultry farming.

The conference will bring together a diverse community of stakeholders, including industry experts, researchers, policymakers, and agribusiness leaders, fostering a vibrant exchange of knowledge, experiences, and ideas. Engaging presentations, thought-provoking panel discussions, and interactive workshops will provide a platform for collaboration, networking, and learning, further driving innovation and growth within the Malaysian poultry industry.

Thus, we cordially invite all stakeholders from academia, industry and government agencies involved in the poultry industry to participate in this landmark conference that promises to inspire, educate, and pave the way for a vibrant future in the Malaysian poultry industry.


1. Proven Enzyme Solution To Maximize Feed Efficiency In Poultry Production - Dr. Will Lin

2. HUALI Smart Farm Construction - HUALI Group For Poultry Bussiness - Updating...

3. Application Of Iot Base On Inteligent Controller in Poultry Farming - Mr Ni Chen Liang

4. CPM Lineator & RSM, Remote Roller Gap Adjustment & Roll Speed Measurement - Muhammad Hanif



1. Hi-Tech Poultry Production - Coen Boonstra

2. Journey of Digital Agriculture In Livestock Farming - Datuk Jeffrey Ng Choon Ngee

3. Optimizing Feed Strategy For Efficient And Sustainable Poultry Production - Will Lin

4. Sustainability Of The Malaysian Poultry To Meet The Future Market Demand - Dr. Mohd Hishamfariz Bin Mohd Amin

5. Enabling The Malaysian Feed Industry to Rise The Global Ingredient Supply Challenges - Matthew Clark

6. Nutrition, Gut Microbiome And Poultry Health -Jean Marjorie Ensendencia

7. Maximizing Profit With A Smart Poultry Farming Solution - Peter Brons

8. Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal As A Potential Protein Source For Poultry - Prof. Dato' Dr. Zulkifli Idrus

9. Are Spiritual, Ethical, and Eating Qualities of Poultry Meat Influenced by Electrical Waterbath Stunning? - Prof. Dr. Awis Qurni Sazili

10.In Ovo Sexing Technologies In Hatching Eggs: Insights From Papers And Patents - Simao Santos

11. Forensic Feed Science - Steven Goh - Updating



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WPSA Training on Managing Food Safety and Quality in Poultry Processing (22 August – 23August 2016)

wpsa newsWPSA training on Managing Food Safety and Quality in the Poultry Processing plant were successfully organised with the support from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Services, Malaysia, CENTRAS, UPM and Charoen-Pokpand (CP) Poultry Processing plant.

The training comprises the various food safety, inspection and certification scopes at the poultry farm and poultry based food in the processing plant with the objective to share experience as well as transfer knowledge and skill on biosecurity and SPS, implementation of HACCP in abattoir, awareness on poultry welfare issues and to enhance the importance of halal concept in poultry processing plant. The training include Field Visit to CP Poultry Processing Plant, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

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WPSA Scientific Poultry Seminar (16 February 2016)

wpsa newsThe committee members of WPSA (Malaysia Branch) organized the Poultry Seminar on 16 February 2016. This seminar was held at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Universiti Putra Malaysia with the theme of “Poultry Production and Health”. This seminar was organized with the cooperation of World Poultry Science Association (Malaysia Branch), World Veterinary Poultry Association (Malaysia Branch), UPM, DVS, and Malaysia Flour Mill Berhad. The seminar provided a platform for scientist, academicians, livestock producers, veterinarian, policy makers and livestock extension officers to discuss matters relevant to the industry, as well as enhance networking within the industry. The seminar was officiated by Datin Paduka Prof. Dr Aini Ideris and closed by Prof. Dr Zulkifli Idrus. We had 4 speakers from University of Arkansas and UPM covering the topics of production, nutrition and health of poultry. These speakers were Prof. Dr Anthony N.B., Prof. Dr Mohd Hair Bejo, Prof. Dr. Kidd M.T. and Dr Thomas E. Bowen. There were 189 participants from WPSA and WVPA registered for the seminar and the meal were sponsored by Malayan Flour Mill Berhad.

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WVPA/WPSA Scientific Conference 2015 (21 to 23 September 2015- KLCC)

wpsa newsWorld Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) - World’s Poultry Science Association (WPSA) (Malaysia Branch) Scientific Conference 2015 was held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, in conjunction with Livestock Asia and Asia MEATEC Expo and  Forum from 21 to 23 September 2015. The theme “Enhancing Innovation in Poultry Health and Production” were successfully organised with 215 participant registered for 3 days conference and forum. The conference is jointly organized by WVPA, WPSA, Universiti Putra Malaysia and Department of Veterinary Services with the support from UBM and various industry partners.

The objective is to share information on diseases and conditions relating to the avian species, to encourage research in this field, to promote the exchange of information and material for study between individuals and organisations who are interested in the poultry species, and to establish and maintain liaison with other bodies with related interests.

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