The feed-use amino acids market pioneer
AJINOMOTO EUROLYSINE S.A.S. has produced and sold L-Lysine since 1976, L-Threonine since 1987 and L-Tryptophan since 2000.
In 2009, AJINOMOTO EUROLYSINE S.A.S. is again the first to launch the production of L-Valine for feed-use.
Our amino acids are produced by the fermentation of raw materials from agriculture such as beet sugar, beet molasses or starch hydrolysates from cereals.
Ajinomoto Eurolysine's highlights
Reduction of dietary crude protein in growing and finishing pigs
This new bulletin 37 provides information which allows to reduce dietary crude protein while maintaining the pig performance, and to save feed costs by reducing the incorporation of expensive protein-rich feedstuffs.
Update your ideal amino acid profile!
The trial results from our experimental program and the carrying out of a meta-analysis allowed the amino acids profile (ideal protein) recommended by AJINOMOTO EUROLYSINE S.A.S. to be updated.
Tryptophan in piglet nutrition
A new statistical method using 40 dose-response studies was performed to confirm the tryptophan requirement in piglets.
The most recent literature about the role of dietary tryptophan in piglet appetite, growth, behaviour and immunity.
L-Valine: Break through the feed optimisation barrier!
Used to meet the digestible valine requirement of animals, L-Valine Feed Grade is a new ingredient that brings further options for optimising feed formulations that have not been available before.
EvaPig® is a calculator of energy, amino acid and phosphorus values of ingredients and diets for growing and adult pigs.
The results obtained from our experimental program and from the literature are compiled and presented in our technical bulletins.
Raw materials analyses feed a database which is compiled to supply information on the variations in amino acids content of ingredients.
Estimating amino acid requirements through dose-response experiments in pigs and poultry - Protocol and results interpretation.
The use of our amino acids feed-grade allows reducing the nitrogen pollution from husbandry, combating global warming and eutrophication.