by Lee Kai Yuan

Supervising Lecturers: Ar. Quake Huay Tin

Mentors: Mr. Koh Nyap Shin

Rapid urbanization in Malaysia has forced pig farming to relocate to the outskirts, leading to environmental pollution and disturbances for neighboring communities. However, the high costs associated with moving pig farms pose significant challenges for farmers. As the pork industry contributes to over 90% of Malaysia’s self-sufficiency rate, disruptions can impact production, costs, and quality.

To address these issues, this thesis proposes a Pig Farming Research Center. The center aims to address neighborhood concerns, mitigate pollution, and develop advanced technologies for improved pork growth and quality. It will provide training for farmers and educate the public about pig farming in Malaysia, ensuring sustainable practices while supporting the industry’s vital role.