Lysine is the first limiting amino acid in the feed for pigs and the second after methionine in the feed for poultry. The lack of lysine in feed results in decreased efficiency of protein biosynthesis in animals. Lysine contained in cereals is typically 75-85%, whyle animal protein lysine is 85-95% digestible. The biosynthetic lysine is 100% digestible. In all commonly used pig diets, lysine is ahead of other amino acids in importance. The available lysine is more fully used for the synthesis of proteins which are especially relevant for the formation of skeletal tissue, enzymes and hormones. 

Sewon feed lysine



Paik Kwang Industrial Co, Korea

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25 kg bags