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The client of this 800 tons cow animal feed additives company project is one of the China top animal nutrition companies ——Aifuyang Biotechnology (Jiangsu) Feed Co., Ltd., which invested 1,252,800 USD to build the Aifuyang Biotechnology feed additive production factory project in Haian City. After the advanced animal nutrition company project is completed, 600 tons of rumen-protected lysine and 200 tons of rumen-protected methionine have been produced annually.
|Project name||Product name||Product Usage||Capacity||Annual operating hours (h/a)|
|Feed additive production line||Rumen-protected lysine||Feed additives||600 tons/year||8064|
|Rumen-protected methionine||200 tons/year||8064|
|Name of raw materials||Physical and chemical properties|
|Lysine||Lysine molecular formula C6 H14N2O2, properties: needle-like crystals, darkened at 210℃, decomposed at 224.5℃, easily soluble in water, slightly soluble in alcohol, insoluble in ether.|
|Methionine||DL-methionine is a chemical substance, the molecular formula is C5H11NO2S, white flake crystal or powder; solution clarity: colorless and clear; PH value: 5.9 (1% aqueous solution).|
|Starch||Starch is a high molecular weight carbohydrate, a polysaccharide composed of a single type of sugar unit. The basic constituent unit of starch is α-D-pyridine starch (2 sheets) glucopyranose. The covalent polymer formed by the glycosidic bond after the glucose has removed the water molecule is the starch molecule.|
|Palm oil||It is a milky white solid at room temperature, with a peculiar smell of palm oil, and palmitic acid (C16:0) accounts for 67.056%.|
|Natural gas||The main component of natural gas is alkanes, of which methane accounts for the vast majority, and a small amount of ethane, propane and butane. In addition, there are generally hydrogen sulfide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and moisture.|
The electricity consumption of this animal nutrition company project is 200,000 kWh/year, which is provided by the urban area power supply system.
The natural gas consumption of the animal feed supplement factory project is 40,000 cubic meters per year. The natural gas pipeline network where the project is located has been laid, which can meet the gas demand of the animal feed mill machine project.
|Project category||Building name||Scale|
|Main project||Production workshop||756m² (42m×18m)|
|Utilities||Power supply||200,000 kWh/a|
|Gas supply||40,000 m³/a|
|Environmental protection project||Exhaust gas||Feeding, screening, crushing, mixing, oil-coated discharge dust, packaging dust||Air collecting hood + bag dust collector (1pc)+1#15m high exhaust cylinder|
|Boiler exhaust gas||Ultra-low nitrogen gas burner + 15m exhaust pipe (2#)|
|Wastewater||Wastewater||2m³ septic tank, 1 rainwater outlet, 1 reserved long-term sewage outlet|
|Noise||Production equipment||Reasonable nutrition feed mill layout, sound insulation of the feed factory building|
|Solid waste||General solid waste temporary storage room||12m², located on the southeast side of the workshop|
|Hazardous waste temporary storage library||4m², located on the southeast side of the workshop|
The office area of this animal feed supplement company project is located on the south side of the factory area, and the production workshop is located on the north side of the animal feed supplement factory area. The production workshops are screening, crushing, mixing, granulating, drying, oiling, packaging and other areas in sequence from west to east.
The technological production process of animal feed in this animal premix feed mill company project includes screening, crushing, feeding, oiling, packaging and other processes.
Lysine is an essential amino acid needed by dairy cows. In the body, the comprehensive functions of lysine used by cows include: maintenance, growth (lactating heifers or primiparous cows), reproduction, lactation and milk protein synthesis. Lysine is often a limiting amino acid, especially in diets of high corn products.
In ruminant diets, lysine is provided by microbial protein and rumen escape or rumen non-degradable feed protein. In many lactating dairy cows, the lysine supplied by microbial protein and rumen non-degradable feed protein may not be sufficient to meet the needs of lysine.
Methionine is another essential amino acid required by cows, and current industry recommendations indicate that the ratio of lysine: methionine to lactating cows should be 3:1. The animal feed supplement products plan of this project is: annual production of 600 tons of rumen lysine and 200 tons of rumen methionine, which is to follow the scientific ratio of 3:1.
With rumen-protected lysine products, we are now able to increase the supply of lysine in a more targeted or purposeful way. Certain studies and field experience have shown that feeding extra lysine without increasing methionine may be beneficial for increasing milk and milk composition. （Maybe you are interested in our 5 T/H Animal Premix Feed Plant In El Salvador）
In order to evaluate the actual effect of the application of Le Barry, the concentration of lysine in the metabolized protein was increased without increasing the concentration of methionine, so that it reached a ratio of lysine: methionine of 3.6:1. We conducted experiments on the effects of food intake, milk and milk ingredient content, feed efficiency, and income from feed cost minus that is gross profit.
The trial was conducted on a 3,000 cow-scale free-range dairy farm in Jiangsu Province, China. The lysine concentration in the diet was increased from 6.5% to 6.8% (AMTSv.3.1, CNCPS v.6.1 Biology) with 0.1 lb (45g) of Roborix. No other changes were made to the diet.
Applying Le Barry to increase the concentration of lysine in metabolized protein, the production of milk, ECM and FCM is increased by 4 pounds (1.81 kg) per head per day.
Although the percentage of milk composition has not changed, the increase in milk production also increases the production of milk fat and milk protein. When adding animal feed supplement products, the feed efficiency increased, and the income deducting the feed cost increased by 0.48 US dollars per head per day. Once the animal feed supplement products are removed from the diet, milk production, feed efficiency and income after deducting feed costs will all be negatively affected.
For a dairy herd of this size, continuing to feed Robbery will generate additional income of US$1,440 (US$0.48×3,000) per day and an additional annual income of US$439,200 (US$1,440×305 days).