Animal fodders:

L-Lisyne mono HCL 98.5%

faina de peste

 

SPECIFICATIONS CONTENT
APPEARANCE pale to light brown powder or granule
ASSAY (C6H14N2O2 ▪ HCL) 98.5% min.
L-LYSINE 79-82%
SPECIFIC ROTATION +18.0º la+21.5º
LOSS ON DRYING 1% max.
RESIDUE ON IGNITION 0.3% max.
AMMONIUM (NH4+) 0.04% max.
HEAVY METALS 0.003% max.
As 0.0002% max.
PH(1+10 water solution) 5.0 -6.0
VALIDITY 24 months
STORAGE in a cool and dry place
PACKING 25kg net PP bags

The animal industry can be defined as an industry producing proteins of higher value (meat, milk) from less expensive protein sources (corn meal, sunflower meal, soybean meal, fish meal). To meet the growing demand for protein worldwide, it is essential to improve the efficiency of conversion of proteins from feed to meat. Amino acids for feed now play indispensable roles in improving the efficiency of animal protein production, and contribute to increasing protein supply.

Nitrogen excretion due to animal farming is posing a serious threat to human health through ammonia or nitrate/nitrite pollution in soil and water. Farmers now must therefore face more and more stringent environmental regulations. Decreasing excessive protein in feed by supplementation of amino acids is the most cost-effective way to solve the problems of nitrogen pollution associated with animal feeding. It is a preventive measure aimed at reduction of pollutant output at its source.

Lysine is the amino acid most lacking in plant-based animal feed. Adding lysine as feed supplement can effectively enhance the growth rate of swine. It is then possible to use low-protein and cheaper feed to improve the quality of meat (i.e. leaner meat). Lysine is mainly used as swine feed, but can also be used in poultry and cattle feed.

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