L-Lysine, one of essential amino acids, is the first limiting amino acid for pigs and the second for poultry. The level of dietary L-Lysine concentration significantly influences on the growth performance and feed efficiency. Supplementing L-Lysine in dietary could balance the amino acid profile in the formula and fulfill the requirements of animals to optimize the technico-economic result of production.
L-Lysine HCl 98.5% (Feed Grade) L-Lysine Sulphate 70% (Feed Grade) Both are fermented from conventionally grown corn starch in china without any foreign materials added during the whole process.
The Difference: L-Lysine HCl is highly purified to 98.5% after fermentation. L-Lysine Sulphate, which is more cost-effective, is semi-purified and contains other fermentation by-products such as other essential amino acids and carbohydrate. L-Lysine HCl 98.5% could attribute 78.8% free lysine and L-Lysine Sulphate 65%, equal to 65% lysine HCl, could provide 51% free lysine in the feed. And L-Lysiine Sulphate 70%, equal to 70% lysine HCl, could provide 55% free lysine in the feed.
-Low inclusion rate -- save feed formulation space, cost effective. -Improve PDI (Pellet Durability Index) -- increase hardness and consistency of animal feed, reduce fines and waste during transportation and eating. -Improve water stability -- make softer but more flexible aqua feed, prevent nutrients and ingredients loss in water. -High compatibility: compatible with other ingredient, no effects on palatability. -No residual, non-toxic and eco-friendly: as a highly condensed polymer, it will not be absorbed during digestion, and can be degraded slowly when exposed in the environment.