Proposal of Analysis and Forecast on China’s Feed Industry (2017-2018)

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China’s Feed Industry

Brief Introduction:

Based on 20 years of accumulative industrial data such as a continuous track on industrial changes and in-depth research, BOABC offers a valuable feed industry and investment analysis report.

Basic Information:

In 2017, China’s industrial feed sector experienced accelerating survival of the fittest, as well as transformation and grading. Increasingly strict requirements on environment became the important factor for promoting industrial integration. There was an obvious feature for feed companies to be engaged in farming and processing. Large-scale feed enterprise groups are involved in business diversification, and they are increasing investment costs and standards. Industrial competition is upgraded to a new period of new technologies, high standards, large scale, integration and finalization. However, along with livestock farming margins falling from a high level and fluctuating greatly, feed companies saw aggravated differentiation on profitability. And meanwhile, it is increasingly difficult to control main feed material markets. Cutting corn stocks has obvious effects, but the reopening of corn further processing sector especially fuel alcohol sector would lead to a tight relation between supply and demand instead of a loose situation; the dependence of main protein feed materials on international market is irreversible, and the substitution effect of soybean meal for other meals would be more obvious; the additives such as amino acid and vitamin would be deeply engaged in international division of labour, and market prices would fluctuate dramatically. This report shows analysis on operating situations and competitiveness trends of feed industry, key feed enterprise groups’ operating situations, and market segment of industrial feed for pig, poultry, aquatic animal and ruminants, and the change features of production, trade, consumption and prices of main feed materials in 2017, as well as forecasts on development and market trends of China’s industrial feed and main feed materials sectors in 2018. Thanks to 20 years of experience about China’s feed industry and good relations with related governmental departments, associations and key feed companies, this report strives to provide accurate, authoritative, scientific and forward-looking data. BOABC’s report would provide important decisions to domestic feed material producers, traders, feed producers and agricultural investment organizations, as well as important reference data to industry associations, research institutions, etc.

Table of Contents:

Chapter One 2017 China’s Feed Industry Analysis and 2018 Forecast
1 2017 Industrial Feed Production in China
1.1 Changes in Industrial Feed Output in 2017
1.2 Changes in Structure of Industrial Feed Products (Compound, Concentrated and Premix) in 2017 
1.3 Changes in Output and Structure of Feed for Livestock and Poultry (Pig, Poultry, Aquatic Products, Ruminants) in 2017 
2 Changes in Prices and Processing Margins of Industrial Feed in 2017 
2.1 Decreasing Trend of Compound Feed Prices for Livestock and Poultry in 2017 
2.2 Owing to a Great Drop in Main Feed Materials, Industrial Feed Processing Margins Maintained at a High Level 
3 Analysis on China’s Industrial Feed Enterprise Groups
3.1 Operating Features of Industrial Feed Industry in 2017
3.1.1 Accelerating Integration of Feed Industry and More Obvious Features of Centralized Production and Market 
3.1.2 Large Feed Enterprise Groups Showed Business Diversification, and Increased Investment in Farming
3.1.3 Feed Enterprise Groups’ Operating Performance Further 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
3.2.14 Aonong Biotechnology  
3.2.15 Tianma Group
4 Analysis on Market Segmentation of Industrial Feed by Livestock and Poultry in 2017
4.1 Analysis on Hog Feed Market in 2017
4.1.1 Changes in Hog Feed Output in 2017
4.1.2 Changes in Structure of Hog Feed Products in 2017
4.1.3 Regional Distribution of Hog Feed Output in 2017
4.1.4 Production Concentration of Top 10 Hog Feed Producers in 2017
4.1.5 Market Performance of Main Hog Feed Producers in 2017
4.2 Analysis on Meat Poultry Feed Market in 2017
4.2.1 Changes in Output of Meat Poultry Feed in 2017
4.2.2 Changes in Structure of Meat Poultry Feed Products in 2017
4.2.3 Regional Distribution of Meat Poultry Feed Output in 2017
4.2.4 Production Concentration of Top 10 Meat Poultry Feed Producers in 2017
4.2.5 Market Performance of Main Meat Poultry Feed Producers in 2017
4.3 Analysis on Egg Poultry Feed Market in 2017
4.3.1 Changes in Output of Egg Poultry Feed in 2017
4.3.2 Changes in Structure of Egg Poultry Feed Products in 2017
4.3.3 Regional Distribution of Egg Poultry Feed Output in 2017
4.3.4 Production Concentration of Top 10 Egg Poultry Feed Producers in 2017
4.3.5 Market Performance of Main Egg Poultry Feed Producers in 2017
4.4 Analysis on Aqua Feed Market in 2017
4.4.1 Changes in Output of Aqua Feed in 2017
4.4.2 Changes in Structure of Aqua Feed in 2017
4.4.3 Regional Distribution of Aqua Feed Output in 2017 
4.4.4 Production Concentration of Top 10 Aqua Feed Producers in 2017 
4.4.5 Market Performance of Aqua Feed Producers in 2017
4.5 Analysis on Ruminant Feed Market in 2017
4.5.1 Changes in Output of Ruminant Feed in 2017
4.5.2 Changes in Structure of Ruminant Feed in 2017
4.5.3 Regional Distribution of Ruminant Feed Output in 2017
4.5.4 Production Concentration of Top 10 Ruminant Feed Producers in 2017
4.5.5 Market Performance of Ruminant Feed Producers in 2017  
5 Forecast on Operation of Industrial Feed Industry in China
5.1 Growth of Industrial Feed Output Slowed Down and Production Regions Moved to Other Regions
5.2 Increasingly Strict Requirements on Environment Became Important Factor for Promoting Industry Integration
5.3 Degree of Production and Market Concentration Further Improved
5.4 Obvious Feature of Involving in Farming and Processing Promoted Feed Companies’ Transformation
 
Chapter Two 2017 China’s Corn Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
6 2017 China’s Corn Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
6.1 Analysis on Corn Policies
6.1.1 “Market-Oriented Purchase + Subsidy” Ensured Smooth Running of Corn Market
6.1.2 Increasing Subsidies to Feed and Corn Further Processing Companies Promoted Corn Consumption
6.1.3 Along with Encouragement Policies for Corn Further Processing Sector, Further Processing Capacity Would Improve Greatly
6.1.4 Temporarily-Stored Corn Auction Totaled 57 Million MT, which Achieved Policy Effects
6.2 2017 Corn Production
6.2.1 Owing to An Increase in Corn Yield in the Main Producing Areas, 2017 Corn Output Reached 215 Million MT, 5 Million MT Less than Last Year
6.2.2 Corn Production Costs Dropped, But Planting Margins after Gaining Subsidies Still Were Less than Last Year
6.3 2017 Corn Trade
6.3.1 Corn Imports were Less Than Last Year and Import Costs Were a Bit Higher than Last Year
6.3.2 Ukraine was the Biggest Corn Importer, Taking up Nearly 70%
6.4 2017 Corn Demand
6.4.1 Corn Consumption Increased 20% to 210 Million MT
6.4.2 Substitutes Consumption Dropped, and Feed Corn Demand Ascended Steadily 
6.4.3 Corn Further Processing Maintained High Margins and Operating Rates, and Processing Consumption Hit a Record High
6.5 Overall Corn Price Kept Stable and Average Price was 10% Less than Last Year
6.6 2017 Corn Substitutes Demand
6.6.1 Owing to a Relatively Stable Demand, the Decline of Substitutes Imports Was Not Obvious
6.6.2 Without Price Performance of Wheat, Feed Consumption Further Went Down
6.7 Forecast on China’s Corn Market in 2018
6.7.1 Corn Planting Areas to Reduce
6.7.2 Corn Imports to Stabilize Relatively and Possibly to Ascend in the Long Term
6.7.3 Total Corn Consumption to Improve and Consumption for Further Processing to be the Biggest Growth Point Thanks to Policy Encouragement
6.7.4 2018 Corn Supply Still to be Relatively Loose
6.7.5 Corn Market Prices to Stabilize 
 
Chapter Three 2017 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast  
7 2017 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
7.1 2017 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Production
7.1.1 China’s Vegetable Protein Output Increased Year on Year in China
7.1.2 Soybean Meal Output Improved, Rapeseed Meal Output Decreased, and Cottonseed Meal Output Stabilized 
7.1.3 Shandong, Jiangsu and Guangdong Still Were the Main Producing Provinces of Vegetable Protein Feed
7.2 2017 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Trade
7.2.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Imports Reduced, and the Decline in DDGS Imports was Biggest Influenced by Policies
7.2.2 Vegetable Protein Feed Exports Decreased, and Soybean Meal Still was the Main Export Product
7.3 2017 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand
7.3.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand Ascended Year on Year
7.3.2 The Proportion of Soybean Meal in Vegetable Protein Feed Ascended, and Soybean Meal Replaced Other Meals such as Rapeseed Meal and Cottonseed Meal
7.3.3 The Main Protein Feed in Hog and Egg/Meat Poultry Feed was Soybean Meal
7.3.4 Shandong and Guangdong: Two Biggest Provinces of Vegetable Protein Feed Consumption
7.4 2018 Vegetable Protein Feed Market Forecast
7.4.1 Domestic Vegetable Protein Feed Output to Ascend, and the Growth Mainly from Soybean Meal 
7.4.2 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand to Further Go Up
7.4.3 Degree of Dependence of China’s Vegetable Protein Feed on Importing to Improve
7.4.4 Protein Feed Costs to Stabilize Relatively
8 2017 Soybean Meal Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast in China 
8.1 2017 Soybean Meal Production
8.1.1 Soybean Meal Output Increased by 10% Year on Year
8.1.2 Crushing Margins of Oil Plants in 2017 Were Less than 2016
8.1.3 Soybean Meal Output in Shandong, Jiangsu, Guangdong and Guangxi Accounted for more Half of the National Total
8.2 2017 Soybean Meal Trade
8.2.1 Soybean Meal Exports Decreased by 50% Year on Year and Export Prices Increased by 5% Year on Year
8.2.2 Japan still was the Biggest Country of Destination, Accounting for more 60% of the Total
8.3 2017 Soybean Meal Demand
8.3.1 Soybean Meal Demand Increased by 8% from 2016
8.3.2 Soybean Meal Consumption for Hog, Egg and Meat Poultry Farming Took up 90% in the Total Soybean Meal Consumption
8.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning, Henan and Hebei: Top 5 Soybean Meal Consumption Provinces 
8.4 Average Soybean Meal Price in 2017 was Almost the Same as 2016
8.5 2018 Soybean Meal Market Forecast 
8.5.1 Soybean Meal Supply to Ascend Steadily, but the Growth to Narrow
8.5.2 Soybean Meal Export Volume to Maintain at a Relatively High Level
8.5.3 Total Soybean Meal Demand to Go up, and It Would Occupy the Demand Space for Other Meals
8.5.4 Average Soybean Meal Price to Further Go Up
9 2017 Rapeseed Meal Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast in China
9.1 2017 Rapeseed Meal Production
9.1.1 Rapeseed Output Reduced, Imports Ascended and Rapeseed Meal Output was Less than 2016
9.1.2 Sichuan, Hubei, Jiangsu and Fujian: Four Biggest Provinces of Rapeseed Meal Output
9.2 2017 Rapeseed Meal Trade
9.2.1 2017 Rapeseed Meal Imports Increased Greatly, Five Times as Many as Last Year 
9.2.2 Rapeseed Meal Imports all From Canada
9.3 2017 Rapeseed Meal Demand
9.3.1 Rapeseed Meal Consumption Decreased by 10% Year on Year
9.3.2 70% Rapeseed Meal for Aquaculture and Ruminant Farming
9.3.3 Guangdong, Jiangsu and Hubei: 3 Biggest Provinces of Rapeseed Meal Consumption  
9.4 Average Rapeseed Meal Price in 2017 was up 7% from 2016
9.5 2018 Rapeseed Meal Market Forecast 
9.5.1 Domestic Rapeseed Meal Output to Further Decrease
9.5.2 Rapeseed Meal Imports to Ascend
9.5.3 Rapeseed Meal Demand to Stabilize
9.5.4 Average Rapeseed Meal Price Possibly to Go Up
10 2017 China’s Cottonseed Meal Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
10.1 2017 Cottonseed Meal Production
10.1.1 Cottonseed Supply Rebounded Slightly, Cottonseed Meal Output Ascended but Slightly
10.1.2 Xinjiang: the Biggest Province of Cottonseed Meal Output
10.2 2017 Cottonseed Meal Trade
10.2.1 2017 Cottonseed Exports Maintained at a Low Level and Export Prices Ascended
10.2.2 Cottonseed Meal was Mainly Exported to Surrounding Countries and Regions such as Korea
10.3 2017 Cottonseed Meal Demand
10.3.1 Cottonseed Meal Consumption was almost the same as 2016
10.3.2 Nearly 80% of Cottonseed Meal for Aquaculture and Ruminant Farming 
10.3.3 Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia, Guangdong and Henan: 4 Biggest Cottonseed Meal Consumption Provinces
10.4 2017 Cottonseed Meal Prices Increased by 3% Year on Year
10.5 2018 Cottonseed Meal Market Forecast 
10.5.1 Cottonseed Meal Output to Stabilize
10.5.2 Cottonseed Meal Exports to Bring Weakening Influence on Domestic Supply
10.5.3 Pushed up by Costs, Average Cottonseed Meal Price to Improve
11 2017 China’s DDGS Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
11.1 2017 DDGS Production Analysis
11.1.1 Thanks to an Increase in Operating Rate of Alcohol Companies, Domestic DDGS Output Went up
11.1.2 Jilin and Heilongjiang: 2 Biggest DDGS Producing Provinces
11.2 2017 DDGS Trade
11.2.1 Due to Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidy Sanctions on DDGS Imports from America, 2017 China’s DDGS Imports Decreased by Nearly 90%
11.2.2 99% DDGS Imports from America in 2017
11.3 2017 DDGS Demand
11.3.1 Along with A Relatively Great Increase in Domestic DDGS Output, DDGS Consumption Almost Stabilized
11.3.2 More Half of DDGS for Ruminant Farming
11.3.3 Northeast, North China and South China: Main DDGS Consumption Regions
11.4 2017 DDGS Prices Increased by 6% Year on Year
11.5 2018 DDGS Market Forecast 
11.5.1 2018 Home-Made DDGS Supply to Further Ascend
11.5.2 DDGS Imports to Maintain at a Low Level
11.5.3 DDGS Consumption to Go up Slightly
11.5.4 Along with Limited Room for Corn Costs Growth, DDGS Prices to be the same as 2017
 
Chapter Four 2017 Animal Protein Feed Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast  
12 2017 China’s Fish Meal Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
12.1 Along with a Recovery Rebound in Global Fish Meal Output, Trade Scale Increased
12.1.1 Thanks to an Increase in Volume of Fishing in Peru, 2017 Global Fish Meal Output Saw a Recovery Growth
12.1.2 2017 Global Fish Meal Exports Further Increased
12.2 Fish Meal Output Descended and Imports Ascended
12.2.1 Along with Increasingly Strict Requirements on Environment, China’s Fish Meal Output Went Down
12.2.2 China’s Fish Meal Imports Increased by Nearly 50% Year on Year
12.2.3 Along with the Increasing of Degree of Concentration of Fish Meal Imports, the Proportion of Non-Main Importing Countries Went Down
12.3 Along with an Increase in Demand for Fish Meal for Feed, the Proportion in Aquaculture and Hog Farming was More Centralized
12.3.1 Total Fish Meal Demand Increased by 30%
12.3.2 90% of Fish Meal for Aqua and Hog Feed
12.3.3 Consumption Structure of Fish Meal in Aqua Feed
12.3.4 Guangdong, Jiangsu, Hubei and Hunan: the Main Consumption Provinces of Fish Meal
12.4 Owing to an Abundant Supply, Average Price of Fish Meal was Down 10%
12.5 2018 Fish Meal Market Forecast 
12.5.1 2018 Home-Made Fish Meal Output to Decrease
12.5.2 Along with the Possibility of Control on Fish Meal Supply by Main Producing Countries, Fish Meal Import to be Less than 2017 
12.5.3 Fish Meal Consumption to Stabilize
12.5.4 2018 Fish Meal Prices to Rebound
13 2017 Meat and Bone Meal Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
13.1 2017 Meat and Bone Meal Output Further Increased
13.2 2017 Meat and Bone Meal Trade
13.2.1 Meat and Bone Meal Imports Increased by 10% Year on Year, and the Prices Increased by 5%
13.2.2 Uruguay Still was the Biggest Original Country of Meat and Bone Meal Imports and Others Were from Australia, Argentina and New Zealand 
13.3 2017 Meat and Bone Meal Demand
13.3.1 Meat and Bone Meal Demand up Year on Year
13.3.2 Meat and Bone Meal Mainly for Aqua and Poultry Feed
13.3.3 Shandong: the Biggest Province of Meat and Bone Meal Consumption
13.4 Meat and Bone Meal Prices at the Ports Showed the Same Trend of Fish Meal Prices, both down 10% Year on Year
13.5 2018 Meat and Bone Meal Market Forecast 
13.5.1 Meat and Bone Meal Output to Further Ascend
13.5.2 Meat and Bone Meal Trade to Expand Steadily, but Bringing Little Influence on Supply and Demand
13.5.3 Total Meat and Bone Meal Demand to Show the Increasing Trend
 
Chapter Five 2017 China’s Main Feed Additive Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast 
14 2017 Lysine Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast 
14.1 2017 Lysine Production
14.1.1 2017 Lysine Capacity Increased
14.1.2 2017 Lysine Output Reached 1.2 Million MT
14.2 2017 Lysine Trade
14.2.1 Lysine Exports up 10% Year on Year and Export Prices down 5%  
14.2.2 The Exports Still Were Decentralized, and Russia, the Netherlands and Germany Were Three Biggest Countries of Destination of China’s Lysine Exports  
14.3 2017 Lysine Demand
14.3.1 Total Lysine Demand Further Ascended
14.3.2 Lysine Consumption for Hog Farming Accounted for 60% of the Total
14.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Henan and Liaoning: Four Biggest Lysine Demand Provinces 
14.4 2017 Lysine Prices down 3% from 2016
14.5 2018 Lysine Market Forecast
14.5.1 Owing to an Increase in Lysine Supply, Market Competitiveness to be More Fierce
14.5.2 Lysine Exports to Maintain at a Relatively High Level
14.5.3 Lysine Demand to Ascend Steadily
14.5.4 Lysine Prices to be a Bit Less than 2017
15 2017 China’s DL-Met Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
15.1 2017 DL-Met Production
15.1.1 Global Main DL-Met Producers still Were Expanding Capacity
15.1.2 Thanks to an Increase in Completed Projects, the Proportion of China’s Lysine Supply on Global Market Improved
15.2 2017 DL-Met Trade
15.2.1 DL-Met Imports were the Same as 2016 and Imports Prices Decreased
15.2.2 Singapore, Belgium and Japan: Three Main Original Countries of China’s DL-Met Imports
15.3 2017 DL-Met Demand
15.3.1 Total DL-Met Demand up Year on Year
15.3.2 More 70% of DL-Met for Egg and Meat Poultry Feed
15.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning and Hebei: Four Biggest DL-Met Demand Provinces
15.4 2017 DL-Met Prices Maintained at a Low Level, down 20% Year on Year
15.5 2018 DL-Met Market Forecast
15.5.1 2018 Home-Made DL-Met Capacity to Further Improve
15.5.2 DL-Met Demand to Ascend Steadily
15.5.3 DL-Met Imports to Stabilize Relatively
15.5.4 DL-Met Prices to Decrease
16 2017 China’s Vitamin Market Analysis and 2018 Forecast
16.1 Along with Production Suspension and Limitation Resulting from Environmental Examinations, Vitamin Output Decreased
16.2 Vitamin Exports up Year on Year, and Export Prices up Year on Year Obviously
16.3 Along with a Better Demand and an Insufficient Supply, Vitamin Prices Hit a New Record
16.4 2018 Vitamin Market Forecast
 
List of Figures
Map 1, China’s Industrial Feed Output by Province, 2017
Map 2, China’s Corn Output by Province, 2017
Map 3, China’s Corn Consumption by Province, 2017
Map 4, China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output by Province, 2017
Map 5, China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Consumption by Province, 2017
Map 6, China’s Soybean Meal Output by Province, 2017
Map 7, China’s Soybean Meal Demand by Province, 2017
Map 8, China’s Rapeseed Meal Output by Province, 2017
Map 9, China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand by Province, 2017
Map 10, China’s Cottonseed Meal Output by Province, 2017
Map 11, China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand by Province, 2017
Map 12, China’s DDGS Output by Province, 2017
Map 13, China’s DDGS Demand by Province, 2017
Map 14, China’s Feed Fish Meal Demand by Province, 2017
Map 15, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Province, 2017
Map 16, China’s Lysine Demand by Province, 2017
Map 17, China’s DL-Met Demand by Province, 2017
 
Figure 1, Changes in China’s Industrial Feed Output, 2008-2017
Figure 2, Changes in Structure of China’s Industrial Feed Output, 2008-2017
Figure 3, Changes in Output and Proportion of China’s Compound Feed, 2008-2017
Figure 4, Changes in Output and Proportion of China’s Concentrated Feed, 2008-2017
Figure 5, Changes in Output and Proportion of China’s Additive Premix, 2008-2017
Figure 6, Structure Changes in Feed for Livestock and Poultry, 2008-2017
Figure 7, Hog Industrial Feed Products Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 8, Meat Poultry Industrial Feed Products Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 9, Egg Poultry Industrial Feed Products Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 10, Aqua Industrial Feed Products Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 11, Ruminant Industrial Feed Products Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 12, Changes in Market Prices of Compound Feed for Hog, Meat and Egg Poultry, 2008-2017
Figure 13, Changes in Production Margins of Feed for Hog, Broiler and Layer, 2008-2017
Figure 14, Changes in China’s Corn Planting Areas, 2008-2017
Figure 15, Changes in China’s Corn Yield, 2008-2017
Figure 16, Changes in China’s Corn Output, 2008-2017
Figure 17, Changes in Import Volume and Price of Corn in China, 2008-2017
Figure 18, China’s Corn Import by Original Country, 2017
Figure 19, Changes in China’s Corn Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 20, Changes in China’s Corn Demand Structure, 2008-2017
Figure 21, Changes in Corn Starch Processing Margins, 2008-2017
Figure 22, Changes in Corn Alcohol Processing Margins, 2008-2017
Figure 23, Changes in Average Price of Corn in Main Producing Areas, Consumption Areas and the Whole National, 2008-2017
Figure 24, Changes in Price Difference Between Corn and Wheat, 2008-2017
Figure 25, Changes in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output, 2008-2017
Figure 26, Changes in Structure of China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output, 2008-2017
Figure 27, Changes in China’s Main Vegetable Protein Feed Imports, 2008-2017
Figure 28, Changes in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Exports, 2008-2017
Figure 29, Changes in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 30, Changes in Structure of China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 31, China’s Hog Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2017
Figure 32, China’s Meat Poultry Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2017
Figure 33, China’s Egg Poultry Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2017
Figure 34, China’s Aqua Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2017
Figure 35, China’s Ruminant Protein Feed Demand Structure, 2017
Figure 36, Changes in China’s Soybean Meal Output, 2008-2017
Figure 37, Changes in Export Volume and Price of China’s Soybean Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 38, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2017
Figure 39, Changes in China’s Soybean Meal Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 40, China’s Soybean Meal Demand by Livestock/Poultry, 2017
Figure 41, Changes in Average Price of Soybean Meal in the Producing Areas and Consumption Areas, 2008-2017
Figure 42, Changes in China’s Rapeseed Meal Output, 2008-2017
Figure 43, Changes in Import Volume and Price of China’s Rapeseed Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 44, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country, 2017
Figure 45, Changes in China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 46, China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand by Livestock/Poultry, 2017
Figure 47, Changes in Average Price of China’s Rapeseed Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 48, Changes in China’s Cottonseed Meal Output, 2008-2017
Figure 49, Changes in Export Volume and Price of China’s Cottonseed Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 50, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2017
Figure 51, Changes in China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 52, China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand by Livestock/Poultry, 2017
Figure 53, Changes in Average Price of China’s Cottonseed Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 54, Changes in China’s DDGS Output, 2008-2017
Figure 55, Changes in Import Volume and Price of China’s DDGS Import, 2008-2017
Figure 56, Changes in China’s DDGS Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 57, China’s DDGS Demand by Livestock/Poultry, 2017
Figure 58, Changes in China’s DDGS Price, 2008-2017
Figure 59, Changes in China’s Fish Meal Output, 2008-2017
Figure 60, Changes in Import Volume and Price of China’s Fish Meal, 2008-2017
Figure 61, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country, 2017
Figure 62, Changes in China’s Fish Meal Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 63, China’s Feed Fish Meal Demand by Livestock and Poultry, 2017
Figure 64, Changes in 65% Steamed Fish Meal and Super Steamed Fish Meal Prices at Main Ports, 2008-2017
Figure 65, Changes in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Output, 2008-2017
Figure 66, Changes in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import Volume, 2008-2017
Figure 67, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import by Original Country, 2017
Figure 68, Changes in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 69, Changes in Chin’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Livestock and Poultry, 2017
Figure 70, Changes in Bone and Meal Meal Import Price at Main Ports, 2008-2017
Figure 71, Changes in China’s Lysine Output, 2008-2017
Figure 72, Changes in Export Volume and Price of China’s Lysine (Included Ester and Salt), 2008-2017  
Figure 73, 2 China’s Lysine (Included Ester and Salt) Export by Country of Destination, 2017
Figure 74, Changes in China’s Lysine Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 75, China’s Lysine Demand by Livestock/Poultry, 2017
Figure 76, Changes in Average Price of China’s 98.5% and 65% Lysine, 2008-2017
Figure 77, Changes in Import Volume and Price of DL-Met in China, 2008-2017 
Figure 78, China’s DL-Met Import by Original Country, 2017
Figure 79, Changes in China’s DL-Met Demand, 2008-2017
Figure 80, China’s Feed DL-Met Demand by Livestock and Poultry, 2017
Figure 81, Changes in Average Price of Solid and Liquid DL-Met in China, 2008-2017
 
List of Tables
Attached Table 1, Changes in Industrial Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2017
Attached Table 2, Changes in Compound Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2017
Attached Table 3, Changes in Concentrated Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2017
Attached Table 4, Changes in Additive Premix Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2007-2017
Attached Table 5, China’s Corn Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 6, China’s Sorghum Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 7, China’s Barley Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 8, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2017
Attached Table 9, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 10, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2017
Attached Table 11, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 12, China’s DDGS Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 13, China’s Lysine (Included Easter and Salt) Export by Country of Destination, 2014-2017
Attached Table 14, China’s DL-Met Import by Original Country, 2014-2017
Attached Table 15, China’s Corn Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 16, China’s Sorghum Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 17, China’s Barley Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 18, China’s DDGS Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 19, China’s Fish Meal Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 20, China’s Lysine Export by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 21, China’s DL-Met Import by Enterprise, 2017
Attached Table 22, China’s Corn Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 23, China’s Soybean Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 24, China’s Rapeseed Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 25, China’s Cottonseed Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 26, China’s DDGS Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 27, China’s Fish Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 28, China’s Lysine Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18
Attached Table 29, China’s DL-Met Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2007/08-2017/18 
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