Analysis and Forecast on China Feed Industry

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Analysis and Forecast on China Feed Industry 2016-2017)

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Brief Introduction:

This report would analyze the operation of China’s feed industry the competitive situation of China’s feed industry market, the state of operation of the key feed enterprise groups in 2016. Meanwhile, it summarized the production, trade, consumption and the characteristics of the price changes of the main feed raw materials and predicted the industrial development and market trends of China’s industrial feed and main feed raw materials in 2017.

Basic Information:

BOABC has been paying attention to China’s feed sector for 20 consecutive years and also has been maintaining good relations with governmental departments, associations and key feed companies. Based on accurate and authoritative data, this report will represent scientific forecasts. BOABC’s report will provide important decision-making to domestic and foreign feed material producers, traders, feed producers and investment companies and also will provide important reference for industrial associations and research institutions.

Table of Contents:

Chapter One  2016 China Feed Industry Overview and 2017 Prospects
1 2016 Industrial Feed Production in China
1.1 China’s Industrial Feed Output Increased to About 212 Million Tons in 2016, up about 6% Year on Year
1.2 Variation in Industrial Feed Products Structure in 2016
1.2.1 Proportion of Compound Feed in Total Industrial Feed Output Increased Slightly to 87.5%
1.2.2 Concentrate Feed Output Kept Downtrend, Proportion down to 9.0%
1.2.3 Premix Feed Output Grew Stably and Little Changes in Proportion
1.3 Variation in Livestock and Poultry Feed output and Structure by Variety in 2016
1.3.1 Feed Output Proportion of Different Varieties
1.3.2 Hog Feed Output Increased and Proportion of Concentrate Feed Continued to Drop
1.3.3 Meat Poultry Feed Output Increased From The Low Level Last Year
1.3.4 Egg Poultry Feed Output Restorative Increased
1.3.5 Aquatic Feed Output Was Lower Than Last Year
1.3.6 Ruminant Feed Output Dropped Slightly
2 2016 Industrial Feed Price and Processing Benefit in China
2.1 Overall Livestock and Poultry Compound Feed Tended To Drop
2.2 Cost of Main Feed Raw Materials Dropped Sharply and Processing Benefits of Industrial Feed Remained High
3 Analysis of Large-Scale Feed Groups
3.1 Operation Characteristics of Industrial Feed Industry in 2016
3.1.1 Along with the Accelerating of Feed Industry Integration, Number of Companies Reduced Sharply
3.1.2 The Profitability of Large Feed Enterprise Groups Increased
3.1.3 Large Feed Enterprise Groups’ Operating Performance Differentiated
3.2 Analysis on Large Feed Enterprise Groups
3.2.1 New Hope Liuhe
3.2.2 Wens Group
3.2.3 Twins Group
3.2.4 CP Group
3.2.5 Haid Group
3.2.6 Zhengbang Group
3.2.7 Tongwei Group
3.2.8 Dabeinong Group
3.2.9 Tangrenshen Group
3.2.10 Wellhope Group
3.2.11 TECON
3.2.12 Jinxinnong
3.2.13 Tech-Bank Group
4 Prospects on Feed Industry in China
4.1 Industrial Feed Output Continued to Increase While Growth Slowed Down
4.2 Industrial Integration Continued and Enterprise Number down
4.3 Market Concentration Further Increased and The Number of Feed Groups with Million Tons Increased
4.4 Large Feed Enterprise Groups Paid More Attention to The Extension of The Industrial Chain and Capital Operation
Chapter Two  2016 China Corn Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
5 2016 China Corn Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
5.1 Chinese Corn Market Policy Analysis
5.1.1 Temporary Purchase Policy Was Canceled and New Policy of Marketized Purchase+Subsidy Was Implemented
5.1.2 Plantation Structure Was Adjusted and Corn Cultivation Was Reduced in Non-Advantageous Regions
5.1.3 Increasing Subsidies for Corn Deep Processing Enterprises to Promote Corn Consumption
5.1.4 Issued Policies to Stabilize Corn Market Price
5.2 2016 Chinese Corn Production
5.2.1 Corn Imports Lower Than Last Year and Import Cost Continued To Go Down
5.2.2 Corn Production Cost Stabilized and Farmers’ Earnings Lower Than Last Year After Receiving Subsidies
5.3 2016 China Corn Trade
5.3.1 Corn Imports Lower Than Last Year and Import Cost Continued To Go Down
5.3.2 Ukraine Became the Largest Corn Original Country, Accounting for 84%
5.4 2016 China Corn Demand
5.4.1 Corn Consumption Increased by 15% to 190 Million Tons
5.4.2 Alternative Consumption Reduced and Feed Corn Demands Increased Steadily
5.4.3 High Profits Were Found in Corn Further Processing and Consumption for Processing Reached A New Record
5.5 The Corn Price Fluctuated and Dropped After Cancellation of the Temporary Reserve Policy, down 17% Year on Year
5.6 Replacement Demand for Corn in 2016
5.6.1 Imports of Sorghum and Barley Declined Between 30% To 50% Due To Strengthened Control on Imported Alternatives
5.6.2 Feed Wheat Consumption Decreased as Wheat Market Price Stabilized by Policy
5.7 2017 China Corn Market Forecast
5.7.1 Corn Planting Area Will Continue to Reduce
5.7.2 Corn Imports Will Keep Decreasing, Exports May Increase
5.7.3 Corn Total Consumption Will Keep Growing, Deep Processing Corn Consumption Will Rise Sharply
5.7.4 Domestic Corn Market Supply & Demand Situation Will Remain Loose in 2017
5.7.5 Corn Market Price Will Be Lower than the Previous Year
Chapter Three  2016 China Vegetable Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
6 2016 China Vegetable Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
6.1 2016 Vegetable Protein Feed Production
6.1.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Output up 5% Year on Year
6.1.2 Output of Soybean Meal Increased, Rapeseed Meal and Cottonseed Meal Output declined
6.1.3 Shandong, Jiangsu, Guangdong Are the Main Vegetable Protein Feed Producers
6.2 2016 Vegetable Protein Feed Trade
6.2.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Imports Reduced, Soybean Meal, Rapeseed Meal, DDGS Imports All Dropped in China
6.2.2 Vegetable Protein Feed Exports Increased, Soybean Meal Still Be Main Variety
6.3 2016 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand
6.3.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Total Demand Dropped 1% Year on Year
6.3.2 Soybean Meal Percentage Increased in Vegetable Protein Feed, Replacing Rapeseed Meal & Cottonseed Meal
6.3.3 Soybean Meal Played a Leading Role in Hog Feed, Egg Poultry and Meat Poultry
6.3.4 Shandong & Guangdong Are the Largest Consumers of Vegetable Protein Feed
6.4 2017 China Vegetable Protein Feed Market Forecast
6.4.1 Domestic Vegetable Protein Feed Output to Keep Growing Mainly in Soybean Meal
6.4.2 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand to Keep Rising
6.4.3 Import Dependence of Vegetable Protein Feed to Decrease
6.4.4 Protein Feed Costs to Be Higher than 2016
7 2016 China Soybean Meal Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
7.1 2016 Soybean Meal Production
7.1.1 Soybean Meal Output Grew by 6% from 2015
7.1.2 Oil Plants’ Crushing Profits Was Better than 2015, Processing Profits Was Higher in the Second Half of 2016
7.1.3 Soybean Meal Output in Shandong, Jiangsu, Guangdong and Guangxi Accounted for more than 50% of Total Soybean Meal Output
7.2 2016 Soybean Meal Trade
7.2.1 Soybean Meal Exports Rose 22% from 2015, Export Price Dropped 7% Year on Year
7.2.2 Japan Is the Biggest Export Destination Country, Accounting for 62%
7.3 2016 Soybean Meal Demand
7.3.1 Soybean Meal Consumption Increased by 7% from 2015
7.3.2 90% of the Soybean Meal Were Used for Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Feed
7.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning, Henan and Hebei: the 5 Biggest Soybean Meal Consumption Provinces
7.4 Soybean Meal Prices in 2016 Increased and Average Prices up by 8%
7.5 Prospects on 2017 Soybean Meal Market
7.5.1 Soybean Meal Supply will Ascend Steadily
7.5.2 Soybean Meal Exports to Keep High Level
7.5.3 Soybean Meal Demand to Keep on Increasing & Occupying Demand Space of Other Meals
7.5.4 Average Prices of Soybean Meal will Increase
8 2016 China Rapeseed Meal Market Analysis and 2017 Prospect
8.1 2016 Rapeseed Meal Production
8.1.1 Rapeseed Output Reduced, Imports Was Hindered, Rapeseed Meal Output Dropped Sharply
8.1.2 Sichuan, Guangdong, Fujian and Jiangsu Are the Main Rapeseed Meal Producers
8.2 2016 Rapeseed Meal Trade
8.2.1 Rapeseed Meal Imports Grew Sharply, Approximately Four Times of 2015
8.2.2 98.6% of Imported Rapeseed Meal Came from Canada
8.3 2016 Rapeseed Meal Demand
8.3.1 Rapeseed Meal Consumption down 23% from 2015
8.3.2 70% of Rapeseed Meal Were Used for Aquatic and Ruminant Feed
8.3.3 Guangdong, Jiangsu and Hubei: the 3 Largest Rapeseed Meal Consumption Provinces
8.4 Rapeseed Meal Average Price Was 8% Higher than the Previous Year
8.5 Prospects on 2017 Rapeseed Meal Market
8.5.1 Rapeseed Meal Output to Drop
8.5.2 Imports to Be More than 2016
8.5.3 Rapeseed Meal Demand to Remain Stable
8.5.4 Average Price of Rapeseed Meal to Be Higher than2016
9 2016 China Cottonseed Meal Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
9.1 2016 Cottonseed Meal Production
9.1.1 Cottonseed Meal Output Continued to Drop due to a Decline in Cottonseed Supply
9.1.2 Xinjiang is the Largest Cottonseed Meal Producing Province
9.2 2016 Cottonseed Meal Trade
9.2.1 Cottonseed Meal Exports Was Only 8% of 2015, Export Price Went down
9.2.2 Cottonseed Meal Exports Was Mainly in Korea Rep etc.
9.3 2016 Cottonseed Meal Demand
9.3.1 Cottonseed Meal Consumption down 12% Year on Year
9.3.2 Almost 80% Cottonseed Meal Were Used for Ruminant and Aquatic Feed
9.3.3 Inner Mongolia, Hebei, Heilongjiang and Guangdong: the 4 Largest Cottonseed Meal Consumption Provinces
9.4 Cottonseed Meal Prices in 2016 Went up 10%
9.5 Prospects on 2017 Cottonseed Meal Market
9.5.1 Cottonseed Meal Output to Decline Slightly Due to Cotton Output Less Than 2015
9.5.2 Cottonseed Meal Exports Bringing Little Impact on Supply and Demand
9.5.3 Average Export Prices of Cottonseed Meal will Go Up
10 2016 China Ddgs Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
10.1 2016 DDGS Production
10.1.1 Domestic DDGS Output Increased by 17%
10.1.2 Jilin and Heilongjiang: the 2 Largest DDGS Production Provinces
10.2 2016 DDGS Trade
10.2.1 Due to Anti-subsidy & Anti-dumping of DDGS from the US, DDGS Imports Fell 55% Year on Year
10.2.2 99% of the Imported DDGS from US
10.3 2016 DDGS Demand
10.3.1 DDGS Consumption Dropped Year on Year due to a Decline of Imports
10.3.2 Over 50% of DDGS are Used for Ruminant and Hog Feed
10.3.3 Northeast, North China and South China: the Major DDGS Consumption Regions
10.4 DDGS Price Remained up 10% from the Previous Year
10.5 Prospects on 2017 DDGS Market
10.5.1 Domestic DDGS Supply to Grow Slightly in 2017
10.5.2 DDGS Import Scale to Continue to Narrow
10.5.3 DDGS Consumption to Rise Slightly
10.5.4 Corn Market Price to Go down at Home and Abroad, DDGS Average Price May Be Lower than 2016
Chapter Four  2016 China Animal Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
11 2016 China Fish Meal Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
11.1 Global Fish Meal Output Hit Lowest Point, Demand Expanded
11.1.1 Global Fish Meal Output Hit the Lowest Level in Recent 10 Years Thanks to Peru and Chile Output Fell in 2016
11.1.2 Global Fish Meal Export Scale Expanded from the Previous Year
11.2 Fish Meal Output Dropped & Imports Rose in China
11.2.1 Coastal Fish Stocks Reduced, Fish Meal Output Continued to Fall in China
11.2.2 Fish Meal Imports Grew 1% from the Previous Year in China
11.2.3 Sources of Imported Fish Meal Was more Scattered, Proportion of Non-mainstream Countries Increased
11.3 Fish meal Demand Grows in China, Consumption Is Mainly in Aquaculture & Pig Farming
11.3.1 Fish Meal Total Demand Growth Is more than 7%
11.3.2 90% of Fish Meal Is Added in Aquatic Feed & Pig Feed
11.3.3 Consumption Structure of Fish Meal in Aquatic Feed
11.3.4 Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei and Hunan: the 4 Largest Fish Meal Consumption Provinces
11.4 Fish Meal Price Fell 8% from the Previous Year
11.5 Prospects on 2017 Fish Meal Market
11.5.1 Domestic Fish Meal Output to Continue to Decrease
11.5.2 International Fish Meal Market Supply Situation to Be Looser, Fish Meal Imports to Continue to Increase
11.5.3 Fish Meal Consumption to Rise
11.5.4 Fish Meal Price to Lower Lightly
12 2016 China Meat and Bone Meal Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
12.1 Meat and Bone Meal Output in 2016 Increased by 5%
12.2 2016 Meat and Bone Meal Trade
12.2.1 Meat and Bone Meal Import Volume down 20% and Import Price down 6.5% Year on Year
12.2.2 US Is the Largest Meat and Bone Meal Supplier, Other Suppliers Are Uruguay, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina
12.3 2016 Meat and Bone Meal Demand
12.3.1 Meat and Bone Meal Total Demand Up 6.5% Year on Year
12.3.2 Meat and Bone Meal Mainly Used for Aquatic and Poultry Feed
12.3.3 Shandong is the Largest Meat and Bone Meal Consumption Province
12.4 Average Price of Meat and Bone Meal Dropped 13% from Last Year
12.5 Prospects on 2017 Meat and Bone Meal Market
12.5.1 Meat and Bone Meal Output to Grow
12.5.2 Meat and Bone Meal Trade Scale to Continue to Decrease, the Influence on Supply and Demand to Be Weak
12.5.3 Meat and Bone Meal Demand to Rise Slightly
Chapter Five  2016 China Feed Additive Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
13 2016 China Lysine Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
13.1 2016 Lysine Production
13.1.1 Lysine Saw Excess Capacity, Industry Entered Integration Stage
13.1.2 Lysine Output Around 1.1 Million Tons
13.2 2016 Lysine Trade
13.2.1 Exports Increased 29%, Export Price down 12% Year on Year
13.2.2 Top 5 Countries of Destination Accounting for 53%
13.3 2016 Lysine Demand
13.3.1 Lysine Demand Increased Year on Year
13.3.2 63% of Lysine Used for Hog Feed
13.3.3 Guangdong, Shandong, Hunan and Henan: the 4 Highest Lysine Consumption Provinces
13.4 Lysine Price Went Upward, Average Price up 10% Year on Year
13.5 Prospects on 2017 Lysine Market
13.5.1 Lysine Supply Increased, Market Competition Intensified
13.5.2 Lysine Exports to Maintain at a Relatively High Level
13.5.3 Lysine Demand to Grow Steadily
13.5.4 Lysine Price Level to Be Higher than 2016
14 2016 China Dl-Methionine Market Analysis and 2017 Prospects
14.1 2016 DL-Met Production
14.1.1 Major International DL-Met Producers Enlarged Production Capacity
14.1.2 Domestic DL-Met Output Increased Largely
14.2 2016 DL-Met Trade
14.2.1 Methionine Imports Grew 6% Year on Year, Import Price Dropped 25%
14.2.2 Singapore, Belgium, Japan: the Major Original Countries
14.3 2016 DL-Met Demand
14.3.1 Methionine Total Demand Increased by 12.5% from Last Year
14.3.2 70% of DL-Met were Used for Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Feed
14.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning, Hebei and Henan: the Major DL-Met Consumption Provinces
14.4 DL-Met Price Went Downward, down 30% Year on Year
14.5 Prospects on 2017 DL-Met Market
14.5.1 Domestic Production Capacities Will Continue to Increase
14.5.2 Rising in DL-Met Growth Demand
14.5.3 Methionine Imports Will Be Relatively Stable
14.5.4 DL-Met Price to Be Higher than 2016
 
 
List of Maps
Map 1, Distribution of Industrial Feed Output by Province in 2016
Map 2, Distribution of Vegetable Protein Meal Output by Province in 2016
Map 3, Distribution of Vegetable Protein Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 4, Distribution of Soybean Meal Output by Province in 2016
Map 5, Distribution of Soybean Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 6, Distribution of Rapeseed Meal Output by Province in 2016
Map 7, Distribution of Rapeseed Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 8, Distribution of Cottonseed Meal Output by Province in 2016
Map 9, Distribution of Cottonseed Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 10, Distribution of DDGS Output by Province in 2016
Map 11, Distribution of DDGS Demand by Province in 2016
Map 12, Distribution of Fish Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 13, Distribution of Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Province in 2016
Map 14, Distribution of Lysine Demand by Province in 2016
Map 15, Distribution of DL-Methionine Demand by Province in 2016
 
 
 
List of Figures
Figure 1, Variation in China’s Industrial Feed Production, 2007-2016
Figure 2, Variation in China’s Feed Production by Product Variety, 2007-2016
Figure 3, Variation in China’s Feed Structure by Product Variety, 2007-2016
Figure 4, China’s Compound Feed Output and Proportion, 2007-2016
Figure 5, China’s Concentrate Feed Output and Proportion, 2007-2016
Figure 6, China’s Additive Premix Feed Output and Proportion, 2007-2016
Figure 7, Variation in China’s Feed Structure by Livestock Variety, 2007-2016
Figure 8, Variation in China’s Hog Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 9, Variation in China’s Meat Poultry Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 10, Variation in China’s Egg Poultry Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 11, Variation in China’s Aquatic Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 12, Variation in China’s Ruminant Feed Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 13, Variation in Compound Feed Prices of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry, 2007-2016
Figure 14, Variation in Feed Processing Benefits of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry, 2007-2016
Figure 15, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of New Hope Liuhe Group, 2010-2016
Figure 16, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Wens Group, 2010-2016
Figure 17, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Twins Group, 2010-2016
Figure 18, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of CP Group, 2010-2016
Figure 19, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Haid Group, 2010-2016
Figure 20, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Zhengbang Group, 2010-2016
Figure 21, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Tongwei Group, 2010-2016
Figure 22, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Dabeinong Group, 2010-2016
Figure 23, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Tangrenshen Group, 2010-2016
Figure 24, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Wellhope Group, 2010-2016
Figure 25, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of TECON Group, 2010-2016
Figure 26, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Jinxinnong Group, 2010-2016
Figure 27, Variation in Feed Sales Volume of Tech-Bank Group, 2010-2016
Figure 28, Variation in China’s Corn Acreage, 2007-2016
Figure 29, Variation in China’s Corn Yield, 2007-2016
Figure 30, Variation in China’s Corn Output, 2007-2016
Figure 31, Variation in China’s Corn Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 32, China’s Corn Import by Original Country in 2016
Figure 33, Variation in China’s Corn Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 34, Variation in Corn Starch Processing Benefits, 2007-2016
Figure 35, Variation in Corn Alcohol Processing Benefits, 2007-2016
Figure 36, Variation in Corn Average Prices in Producing Regions, Main Consumption Regions and Nationally, 2007-2016
Figure 37, Variation in China’s Corn and substitutes Import Volume, 2010-2016
Figure 38, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output, 2007-2016
Figure 39, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Production Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 40, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Import Volume, 2007-2016
Figure 41, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 42, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2007-2016
Figure 43, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Hog Feed in 2016
Figure 44, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Meat Poultry Feed in 2016
Figure 45, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Egg Poultry Feed in 2016
Figure 46, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Aquatic Feed in 2016
Figure 47, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Ruminant Feed in 2016
Figure 48, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Output, 2007-2016
Figure 49, Variation in Domestic and Import Soybean Crushing Benefits, 2008-2016
Figure 50, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Export Volume and Export Price, 2007-2016
Figure 51, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination in 2016
Figure 52, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 53, China’s Soybean Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 54, Variation in Soybean Meal Average Price of Main Producing Regions and Consumption Regions, 2007-2016
Figure 55, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Output, 2007-2016
Figure 56, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 57, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country in 2016
Figure 58, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 59, China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 60, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Price, 2007-2016
Figure 61, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Production, 2007-2016
Figure 62, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Export Volume and Export Price, 2007-2016
Figure 63, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination in 2016
Figure 64, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 65, China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 66, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Price, 2007-2016
Figure 67, Variation in China’s DDGS Production, 2007-2016
Figure 68, Variation in China’s DDGS Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 69, Variation in China’s DDGS Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 70, China’s DDGS Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 71, Variation in China’s DDGS Price, 2007-2016
Figure 72, Variation in Global Fish Meal Production, 2010-2016
Figure 73, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Production, 2007-2016
Figure 74, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 75, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country in 2016
Figure 76, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 77, China’s Fish Meal Demand by Livestock in 2016
Figure 78, China’s Fish Meal Demand structure in Aquatic Feed in 2016
Figure 79, Variation in Import Fish Meal Prices of SD65% and Super SD, 2007-2016
Figure 80, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Production, 2007-2016
Figure 81, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 82, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import by Original Country in 2016
Figure 83, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 84, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Livestock in 2016
Figure 85, Variation in Import Meat and Bone Meal Prices in Major Ports, 2007-2016
Figure 86, Variation in China’s Lysine Output, 2007-2016
Figure 87, Variation in China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) Export Volume and Export Price, 2007-2016
Figure 88, China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) by Country of Destination in 2016
Figure 89, Variation in China’s Lysine Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 90, China’s Lysine Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 91, Variation in China’s 98.5% and 65% Lysine Average Prices, 2007-2016
Figure 92, Variation in China’s Dl-Mehtionine Output, 2007-2016
Figure 93, Variation in China’s Dl-Mehtionine Import Volume and Import Price, 2007-2016
Figure 94, China’s DL-Methionine Import by Original Country in 2016
Figure 95, Variation in China’s DL-Methionine Demand, 2007-2016
Figure 96, China’s DL-Methionine Demand by Livestock Variety in 2016
Figure 97, Variation in Prices of China’s Solid and Liquid DL-Methionine, 2007-2016
 
 
List of Tables
Table 1, Corn Planting Costs & Benefits in the Northeast, 2008-2016
Attached Table 1, Industrial Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2016
Attached Table 2, Compound Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2016
Attached Table 3, Concentrate Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2016
Attached Table 4, Additive Premix Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2016
Attached Table 5, China’s Corn Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 6, China’s Sorghum Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 7, China’s Barley Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 8, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2016
Attached Table 9, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 10, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2016
Attached Table 11, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 12, China’s DDGS Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 13, China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2016
Attached Table 14, China’s DL-Methionine Import by Original Country, 2014-2016
Attached Table 15, China’s Corn Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 16, China’s Sorghum Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 17, China’s Barley Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 18, China’s DDGS Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 19, China’s Fish Meal Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 20, China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) Export by Enterprise in 2016
Attached Table 21, China’s DL-Methionine Import by Enterprises in 2016
Attached Table 22, China Corn Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010/11-2016/17
Attached Table 23, China Soybean Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010/11-2016/17
Attached Table 24, China Rapeseed Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010/11-2016/17
Attached Table 25, China Cottonseed Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010/11-2016/17
Attached Table 26, China DDGS Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010-2017
Attached Table 27, China Fish Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010-2017
Attached Table 28, China Lysine Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010-2017
Attached Table 29, China DL-Methionine Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2010-2017
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