Tuesday, January 5, 2021
China Lysine: Prices firm amid high costs, sales limited (week ended Jan 4, 2020)
Lysine producers held prices firm while the costs of corn surged to new highs. However, as most feed producers have stocked inventories to last until February or March, sales slowed lately, hence putting a lid on the prices. Nevertheless, e ...
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
China Lysine: Market stays strong on tight availability (week ended Dec 28, 2020)
Strong corn prices, in conjunction with high freight charges, prompted lysine producers to stand firm on prices. Meanwhile, production of lysine was limited due to the aggravating pandemic even as feed producers started to place orders in p ...
Friday, December 18, 2020
ADM to end production of dry lysine in early 2021
ADM announced on December 17 it will end production of dry lysine in the first half of 2021, focusing solely on customer needs for liquid and encapsulated lysine products.
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
China Lysine: Prices stay firm, buyers limit purchases (week ended Dec 7, 2020)
Producers stood firm on lysine prices while the costs of corn stayed high. Nonetheless, price rise was limited as feed producers turned cautious after stockpiling some supplies.
Monday, November 23, 2020
China Lysine: Prices consolidate amid cautious mood (week ended Nov 23, 2020)
Producers stood firm on lysine prices while production was limited. Nonetheless, a handful of traders who were eager to close deals lowered prices lately. Demand stayed stable with hog inventories on the rise.
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
China Lysine: Prices climb steadily on higher usages (week ended Nov 2, 2020)
Soaring corn prices prompted producers to lift lysine prices amid higher production costs. Additionally, with soymeal prices rising, feed producers who anticipated higher lysine conclusion rates in feed formulation increased purchases.
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
China Lysine: Soaring costs, robust demand strengthen prices (week ended Oct 26, 2020)
Feed producers were keen to stock inventories as soymeal prices soared while hog population in China recovered steadily. With demand robust, lysine producers continued to lift prices while corn prices surged to levels unseen since mid-2014, ...
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
China Lysine: Imminent production expansion (week ended Oct 5, 2020)
Prices of lysine were firm lately as producers were reluctant to negotiate prices with the output costs staying high. Sales were low while feed producers halted operation gradually nearing October.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
China Lysine: Producers stand firm with corn costs high (week ended Sep 21, 2020)
Strong corn prices amid tight availability prompted Chinese lysine producers to stand firm in view of high output expenses. However, with feed producers treading prudently, lysine market lacked momentum even as the operation rate of the sec ...
Monday, September 14, 2020
China Lysine: Prices stable amid limited production (week ended Sep 14, 2020)
Lysine producers who halted operation for plant maintenance had not resumed production. Overall, the operation rate of lysine industry is around 65%.
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
China Lysine: Producers keep prices down amid lower costs (week ended Sep 7, 2020)
Lysine producers, who attempted to move sales, held prices stable while the costs of corn softened of late. With supply abundant and feed producers treading prudently, sales of lysine were limited.
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Prices stay firm; demand stable (week ended Aug 17, 2020)
Producers of lysine stood firm while output expenses were high and production was limited due to routine maintenance. Demand remained stable as feed producers were more willing to stock inventories with the hog market strong.
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Producers stand firm amid poor returns (week ended Jul 27, 2020)
Lysine producers, which were barely making ends meet or incurring losses, stood firm on prices even as demand remained flat. Feed producers were prudent in making purchases as hog inventories remained low while the outlook of China's econom ...
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
ADM Animal Nutrition introduces NutriPass L encapsulated lysine
ADM has announced the launch of NutriPass L, an encapsulated lysine supplement that is rumen-stable and intestinally available to cows.
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
China Lysine Weekly: Little movement in market (week ended Jul 20, 2020)
Lysine market remained weak in China with supply abundant and the demand for hog feed slow. Nonetheless, as producers halted operation for routine maintenance, price hikes were limited amid decreased output.

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