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ALL poultry farmers in Perak have been advised to change their system from open farming to a closed house one by 2024.
PLANS are afoot to upgrade and strengthen the North Butterworth Container Terminal (NBCT) in Penang as the country’s main tuna terminal, said Datuk Tan Teik Cheng.
FOR more than 50 years, padi farmers in Bota, Perak Tengah, have been facing numerous challenges in rice production.
THOSE yearning to take out their rod and line to catch trophy fish must remember that they do not fall under essential services and can get caught if they go fishing.
There is a global demand for premium Malaysian agricultural products and this has been made apparent by the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP) unveiled in 2015.
OUT of 200 tuna fishing licences to be issued by the Malaysian Government, only 10% were taken up by fishermen despite the large potential of the industry.
Local chefs host series of live cooking demonstrations to highlight country’s products.
THOUSANDS of Penangites have obtained government aid to start their own food garden and saved up to RM110 a month off the fresh vegetable purchases of their families.
THE Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries is targeting an output of 958,000 tonnes worth RM9.08bil in the aquaculture sector by 2030.