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What is the role of l lysine hydrochloride in feed industry?

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What is the role of l lysine hydrochloride in feed industry?

L lysine hydrochloride is a commonly used raw material in feed production and breeding. Reasonable use of feed additives can improve production performance, reduce feeding costs, and ensure health of livestock and poultry. Especially in the current situation where prices of compound feed and concentrated feed are skyrocketing, many farmers turn to feed additives. It can be said that L lysine hydrochloride has a pivotal position in the feed industry.

 

Here is the content list:

  • Why is L lysine hydrochloride not negligible in feed industry?

  • How does L lysine hydrochloride help dairy cow raising?

  • Why do you need to add enough L lysine hydrochloride to piglet feed?

  • Does fish farming also need L lysine hydrochloride?

 

Why is L lysine hydrochloride not negligible in feed industry?

L lysine hydrochloride crystal is one of the essential amino acids in mammals. Many mammal bodies cannot synthesize it by itself and must be supplemented from food. L lysine hydrochloride is mainly found in animal foods and legumes. The content in cereal foods is very low, and the main food of livestock is plant feed.

Feed additives has positive nutritional significance in enhancing the body's immunity, anti-virus, promoting fat oxidation, and relieving anxiety. It can also promote the absorption of certain nutrients. An appropriate amount of L lysine hydrochloride can work synergistically with some nutrients to better exert the physiological functions of various nutrients.

 

How does L lysine hydrochloride help dairy cow raising?

Although the rumen of dairy cows can decompose and absorb lysine in feed, for many dairy cows that are lactating, the L lysine hydrochloride supplied by microbial protein and rumen degradable feed protein alone may not be sufficient to meet their needs.

L lysine hydrochloride is an essential amino acid required by dairy cows. The comprehensive functions used by cows include growth (lactating heifers or primiparous cows), lactation and milk protein synthesis.

L lysine hydrochloride is often a limiting amino acid, especially in diets of high corn products. Some studies and field experience have shown that feeding extra L lysine hydrochloride may be beneficial to increase milk nutrition composition.

 

Why do you need to add enough L lysine hydrochloride to piglet feed?

Nutrient-rich piglet feed generally contains enough protein and lactose. From protein, or added L lysine hydrochloride crystals can be combined with reducing sugars under appropriate humid and heat conditions to form components that are difficult to digest.

Generally speaking, when L lysine hydrochloride is heated under a certain humidity, a chemical reaction occurs. This reaction can even occur at room temperature, but the reaction speed is very slow.

However, when the browning reaction is too much, such as in the case of improper granulation, or feed additives is stored for a long time in an environment with high temperature and humidity, the protein quality will definitely decrease.

Therefore, most piglet feeds are supplemented with higher doses of L lysine hydrochloride to make up for the expected losses caused by the pelleting and storage process. Moreover, in pig breeding, feed additives can also use its own substances to methylate toxic substances or drugs to detoxify.

 

Does fish farming also need L lysine hydrochloride?

Fish is a type of aquatic livings with high protein content, which determines the need for feed with high protein content during its growth. The demand for protein is actually the need for amino acids, so it is particularly important to ensure the balance of L lysine hydrochloride in the feed.

L lysine hydrochloride can not only improve the utilization of mammalian feed, but also is often used in fish breeding such as eels. L lysine hydrochloride can increase the immunity of fish and improve the disease resistance of fish, which also helps to reduce the risk of breeding.

As the first limiting amino acid for fish growth, L lysine hydrochloride can effectively increase the nutritional value of the feed and reduce the amount of fish meal by adding an appropriate amount to the feed.

In fish farming, L lysine hydrochloride additives have a more obvious effect on increasing fish's food intake. This is mainly because L lysine hydrochloride has a significant effect on improving the function of fish intestinal digestive enzymes. Digestive enzymes are substances with unique functions in the digestion process, and the digestive ability of fish is closely related to its activity.

 

L lysine hydrochloride is not only a good helper for mammals to increase protein, but also has a high position in aquaculture. Polifar Group. produces L lysine hydrochloride additives with high purity and high stability, and is committed to improving your livestock income and achieving mutual benefit and win-win with you. If you want to purchase feed additives, please consult our customer service.


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