Lysine is an essential amino acid for dairy cows, helping boost milk production when added to the diet at adequate levels. Now a new University of Illinois study shows rumen-protected lysine can improve uterine health if fed during the transition period....
Specialty chemicals company, Evonik, says version 6.0 of its AMINODat database is now available for the first time as a web application. This new format allows the data to be updated several times a year.
Feed additives markets are quite active as Chinese production has returned with a bang after Spring Festival and is now fully operational, according to the Swiss feed additive trading and data platform, Kemiex.
Kemiex sees rising ingredient prices for a set of reasons: freight related disruptions and charges, a new wave of COVID-19 lockdowns, elevated raw material prices for fermented feed additives and dollar weakness.
Preliminary data from Swiss feed additive price watchers, Kemiex, for the current year suggests significant price volatility for the majority of products, with amino acids in particular posting higher price fluctuations than in 2019.
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Company plans to end production of dry lysine in the first half of 2021 after the global supply increased faster than actual demand. The company is working with customers to ensure a smooth transition before ending production...
New EU regulation re-authorizing the various forms of the essential amino acid, Lysine, that can be placed on the EU market brings plenty of changes, says Didier Jans, managing director, SERRPA, a consultancy specialized in regulatory and public affairs.