Lysine is the necessary amino acid for the animal but which can not be synthesized by themselves. Therefore, it is called “the most restrained amino acid” L-lysine monohydrochloride is a kind of feed additives which is made from corn starch and other raw materials. The producing of L-lysine monohydrochloride depends on bioengineering principle through the processing of liquid deep-level fermentation and refining. This product contains a wealth of nutritional amino acid, protein, vitamins, betaine and protein meal. It also contains a large number of inorganic salts which can make the animals to largely assimilate and metabolize protein in the feed, and can intensify and increase the nutrition in the feed, as well as promote digestion and assimilation. At the same time, it has the features of promoting animals’ growth rate, and strengthening abilities of anti-illness.Generally it is mainly used in Poultry & Livestock feed industry as the supplement of essential amino acids for poultry,livestock and other animals. It is the ideal product among the current feed additives, and has been wildly used in different kinds of mixed feed.
L-Lysine HCL is one of the most widely used amino acid. It is an essential amino acid required in the diets of swine, poultry and most other animal species. It is mainly produced by fermentation using strains of corynebacteria, especially Corynebacterium glutamicum, which comprises a multi-step process including fermentation, cell separation by centrifugation or ultrafiltration, product separation and purification, evaporation and drying. Because of L-Lysine great importance, efforts are constantly being made in order to improve the fermentation processes, comprising strain and process development as well as media optimization and downstream processing are used for the production of L-lysine and other L-amino acids, operation in mixing tank or air lift fermenters.
1). Increase content of protein;
2). Improve milk yield of dairy;
3). Improve dry matter intake;
4). Improve conversion ratio of feed nitrogen;
5). Decreased the concentration of urea nitrogen in serum, milk, and urine;
6). Improve daily gain and carcass quality of beef;
7). Improve milk quality by increasing protein and fat content;
8). Increase fertility rate and improve reproductive performance.