1. The classification and function of amino acids? Amino acids are the basic units of protein, which are divided into two categories: essential and non-essential. Essential amino acids refer to pigs that cannot be synthesized or synthesized at a slow rate, which cannot meet the needs of pigs and must be supplied by feed. There are 10 essential amino acids required by pigs, namely lysine, methionine, tryptophan, arginine, threonine, valine, histidine, leucine, isoleucine, and phenylalanine. At present, lysine, egg + cystine, threonine, and tryptophan are relatively lacking in the diet composed of feed ingredients in my country, which reduces the utilization rate of feed and the production performance of animals. Therefore, it should be adjusted according to the type of diet.
The company is the leader of the national feed industry-the teaching trough material industry, ranking the top three pig feed enterprises in Guangdong Province, and the teaching trough material business ranks first in Guangdong Province. The company's products are pig batches, pig concentrates, and pig premixes. Among them, teaching trough materials and pig concentrates are the company's core products. The compound annual growth rate of the company's sales revenue from 2007 to 2009 was 22.43%. The controlling shareholder of the company is Shenzhen Chengnong Co., Ltd., and Chen Junwei, the largest shareholder of Chengnong, is the actual controlling shareholder of the company. In the long run, the year-on-year increase in pork demand will drive the demand for pig feed. According to "Analysis of the Current Market Situation of my country's Pig Feed Industry
Recently, the stock prices of listed companies related to agricultural products have soared, and the average share price of the agriculture, forestry, fishery and animal husbandry sector has risen by 14% in half a month, far exceeding the market’s 8% in the same period. All this is caused by the bad weather. In the northern and southern hemispheres, many major grain-producing countries, including China, are being hit by extreme weather, which has intensified the expectations of the agricultural futures market for reduced grain production. In addition, the flood of international hot money has led to a large increase in the prices of agricultural products recently. Food prices run faster than rabbits In the futures market, on the first trading day after the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit, domestic agricultural product futures sprung up. On February 9th, ale futures soared all the way, daily limit
Industry prospects my country's animal breeding and feed processing industry is entering a mature stage after more than 20 years of rapid development. Under the fierce market competition environment, business operators have to expand their scale and achieve profitability, and their pressure is very great. The feed industry is facing a pattern of big development, big competition and big elimination. The analysis of relevant agencies believes that the feed industry will show the following development trends in the next five years. 1. More than 30% of the companies withdrew. In 2009, there were 12,291 feed processing companies nationwide, a year-on-year decrease of 1,321, and a decrease of 9.7%. With the scale of aquaculture
Carriers and poisonous persons: including people, chickens, wild birds, insects, air, drinking water, feed and even feed bags or objects used. Among them, people are the most dangerous, especially those walking between different stalls. Disease prevention can be started from two aspects. One is to eliminate pathogens; the other is to cultivate chicken resistance. The method is as follows: 1. Breeding eggs or chicks must be purchased from healthy chicken farms to prevent the introduction of pathogens. 2. Flies and mosquitoes are eliminated, and chickens such as mice and wild birds are strictly prevented. 3. Strictly implement the disinfection system and insist on disinfection with chickens. 4. The feed formula must be reasonable and the nutrition must be comprehensive. 5. Plus
1. Early stage (5-16 days postpartum) sows have weak postpartum physique and weak digestion. Generally, they can return to normal diet only 5 days postpartum. Therefore, when feeding the postpartum sows, you should give less frequently and gradually increase the feed supply. Generally, feed 3 to 4 times a day, and the feeding amount on the 7th day should meet or slightly higher than the feeding standard in the late pregnancy. If the feed is too small, the piglets will grow slowly; if the feed is too high, the sow’s milk secretion is too strong, which will easily cause the piglets to indigestion and cause the sows to eat food, which will affect the mid-term feeding. For individual sows with small piglets, the feeding standard can be reduced below the general level. If the primiparous sows have poor fat condition, but the appetite is positive
Time of issue:2020-07-22 00:00:00
Time of issue:2020-07-22 00:00:00