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CHINA, FEED ADDITIVES, AMINO ACID

China Lysine: Poor hog feed demand curtails sales

With hog feed production diminished due to low animal inventories, usages of lysine was slow. Even though producers limited the output of lysine, prices remained soft as traders attempted to move sales.

Slack hog feed demand, coupled with low soymeal prices, will continue to exert pressure on lysine market. Nonetheless, the downward scope of the market is limited at current levels.

(Week ended Apr 22, 2019)

 

VIETNAM, FEED ADDITIVE, AMINO ACID

Vietnam Lysine: Lysine market went down due to ASF and low demand

Lysine market went down this week due to the impact of African Swine Fever outbreak and low demand. There is not signal for the market to restore in short period of time. 

(Week ended 21 April, 2019)

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CHINA, LIVESTOCK, SWINE

China Hog: Softer post-festive demand holds prices flat

Pork demand dwindled after the Qingming Festival, dragging pork slaughter volumes of major whole sales centres down by 1.74% to 7,908 tonnes in conjunction with tight availability of finishing hog. Prices of pork carcass inched up 0.19% to RMB20.85/kg.

Hog prices were stable to marginally lower. 

(Week ended Apr 15, 2019)

 

CHINA, FEED GRAINS, CORN

China Corn: Stable demand, low supply underpin prices

Corn availability was limited as most farmers have released all stocks. This, together with expanding poultry feed demand, lent support to corn prices.

With supply tight and demand stable, corn prices are projected to stay firm. However, prices are unlikely to rise tremendously due to the cautious mood of feed producers.

(Week ended Apr 22, 2019)

 

VIETNAM, FEED ADDITIVE, VITAMINS

Vietnam VB9: Raw material shortage pushed the price to increase

Due to the shortage of material of B9 and environmental impact of trichlorosilane in China lead to increase in B9 price. It is expected that the price will continue increase in the next few weeks. 

(Week ended 21 April, 2019)