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China Feed Industry Analysis and Forecast Report (2012-2013)

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Research Background
China’s feed industry witnessed the following significant features in 2012:

(1) The industrial feed industry is in the process of rapid integration. The newly revised “Feed and Feed Additive Administration Regulations” was implemented in May 2012, which further raise the entry threshold for feed industry. Medium-and-large scale feed groups are expanding production capacities, and extending to upstream and downstream in the industry chain.

(2) The output of industrial feed increased rapidly, especially compound feed output improved significantly. The output of industrial feed in 2012 exceeded 200 million tons for the first time, up 12% year on year. Due to limited supply of good quality corn, and large fluctuations of raw materials price such as soy-meal and fishmeal, hog and poultry farms turned to use compound feed in 2012. The feature of compound feed instead of concentrate feed is more obvious in feed production and consumption structures.

(3) Due to energy feed supply shortage, the price soared. Owing to limited supply of high-quality corn, corn import volume topped 5 million tons in 2012. Many feed and farming enterprises change feed formula, and consumption of wheat for feed hit a record high.

(4) The degree of dependency on imported protein feed improves and the costs keep on increasing. A large fluctuation on soy meal price increases purchasing difficulties and operational risks for feed enterprises.

(5) The demand for major additives is on the increase, but the prices are on the decrease. With improvements of formula technology, and growth of industrial feed output, the demand for major additives is on the increase, such as Lysine and Methionine. However, an increase in production capacities brings more serious competition, and the overall prices of major additives in 2012 are lower than 2011.

This report systematically analyzes market performances of corn, soybean meal, rapeseed meal, cottonseed meal, DDGS, fish meal, meat and bone meal, lysine and DL-Methionine in 2012, including supply, demand, trade, etc, and also forecasts the trends of feed market performance in 2013.

Comprehensive, detailed and accurate data will be shown in this report as a reference for livestock and feed industry players.
 

报告目录

PART ONE: 2012 CHINA’S FEED INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND 2013 PROSPECTS
1 2012 CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED PRODUCTION ANALYSIS
1.1 Variation in China’s Industrial Feed Output in 2012
1.1.1 China’s Industrial Feed Output up to 200 Million Tons in 2012, 12% Higher than 2011
1.1.2 Industrial Feed Output in Every Month of 2012 All Higher than 2011
1.1.3 Feed Output of Shandong and Guangdong both over 20 Million Tons
1.2 Variation in China’s Industrial Feed Product Structure In 2012
1.2.1 Proportion of Compound Feed in Total Industrial Feed Output up to 84.5%
1.2.2 Concentrate Feed Production to Keep Downtrend, Proportion down to 12.2%
1.2.3 Premix Feed Production to Grow Stably, Proportion to Keep 3.4%
1.3 Variation in China’s Livestock Feed Production and Structure by Livestock Variety in 2012
1.3.1 Feed Output Proportions by Livestock Variety in 2012
1.3.2 Hog Feed Production Soared, Especially Compound Feed
1.3.3 Meat Poultry Feed Ascended 9.1% Year on Year, Product Structure Almost Stabilized
1.3.4 Output and Proportion of Egg Poultry Concentrate Feed Production to Show Downtrend
1.3.5 Aquatic Feed Output Grew 8.9%, Compound Feed at Absolute Dominant Position
1.3.6 Compound, Concentrate and Premix of Ruminant Feed all Lifted Rapidly
2 2012 CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED TRADE ANALYSIS
2.1 China’s Industrial Feed Export
2.1.1 Export Volume of Industrial Feed to over 1 Million Tons for the First Time, Hit Highest Point in Recent 10 Years
2.1.2 Destination Area of Industrial Feed More Extensive, Market Concentration Higher Slightly
2.1.3 Dacheng Group, Aocter, and Golden Corn as Major Export Enterprises of Industrial Feed
2.2 China’s Industrial Feed Import
2.2.1 Import Volume of Industrial Feed to Have little Difference Year on Year, Import Price up over 10%
2.2.2 Over 60% of Imported Industrial Feed from US and Holland
3 2012 CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED PRICE AND PROCESSING BENEFIT
3.1 Feed Prices for Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Fluctuated Largely, and Hit High Point in the Third Quarter
3.2 Processing Margins of Compound Feed for Pig, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Lower Than That of 2011
4 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S FEED GROUPS
4.1 Large-scale Feed Groups to Enlarge Production Capacities Actively, Industry Concentrate Higher in 2012
4.2 Analysis on Large-Scale Feed Groups
4.2.1 Zhengbang Group
4.2.2 Haida Group
4.2.3 Dabeinong Group
4.2.4 Tangrenshen Group
5 2013 CHINA’S FEED INDUSTRY PROSPECTS
5.1 Industry Feed Output to Keep on Rising, Compound Feed to Further Occupy Concentrate Feed Market Share
5.2 Lack of Corn to Be Common, Sustainable Supply of Raw Materials to Become Key Point of Competition
5.3 Industrial Feed Production to Enter High-cost Phase
5.4 Entry Threshold for Feed Industry to Be Improved, Production and Market Shares to Concentrate to Large Feed Groups

PART TWO: 2012 CHINA’S CORN MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
6 2012 CHINA’S CORN MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
6.1 2012 Corn Production
6.1.1 Corn Production Exceeded 200 Million Tons for the First Time
6.1.2, Although Production Costs Increased, yet Planting Benefit Improved
6.2 2012 Corn Trade
6.2.1 Corn Importation Lifted to 5.2 Million Tons
6.2.2 98.2% of the Imported Corn still from the US
6.2.3 Corn Export Volume only to Cover 40% of Previous Year, Export Prices Up 10%
6.2.4 All Exported Corn Went to Korea DPR, as Political Export
6.3 2012 Corn Demand
6.3.1 2012 Corn Demand Was 7 Million Tons More than Last Year, or Up 3.8%
6.3.2 Feed Corn Demand Approached to 128 Million Tons, up 7% Year on Year
6.3.3 Further Processing Industrial Fell into Losses All Year Round, Industrial Corn Consumption down 4.4% Year on Year
6.3.4 Shandong, Henan, Hebei, Jilin and Sichuan as the Biggest Corn Consumption Provinces
6.4 Corn Price to Hit the Historical High in 2012, Up 5.6% Year on Year
6.5 Analysis on Wheat Instead of Corn in 2012
6.5.1 Price Gap between Corn and Wheat in 2012
6.5.2 Wheat Consumption for Feed Reached 25 Million Tons in 2012
6.6 2013 Corn Market Prospects
6.6.1 Corn Acreage to Further Increase
6.6.2 Corn Imports expected down to 2~3 Million, More Extensive Original Countries of Importation
6.6.3 Total Corn Consumption to Rise, Feed Corn still as a Leading Driving Factor for Corn Consumption Growth
6.6.4 Supply-Demand Situation of Domestic Corn Market in 2013 to be More Loose than 2012
6.6.5 Less Wheat to Instead of Corn for Feed Use in 2013
6.6.6 Purchasing Price of State Reserved Corn to Lay a Foundation for Floor Price

PART THREE: 2012 CHINA’S VEGETABLE PROTEIN FEED MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
7 2012 CHINA’S VEGETABLE PROTEIN FEED MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
7.1 2012 Vegetable Protein Feed Production
7.1.1 China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output up to 65.8 Million Tons
7.1.2 Output and Proportion of Soy-meal and DDGS to Increase Markedly
7.1.3 Shandong, Jiangsu and Guangdong with the Highest Vegetable Protein Production
7.2 2012 Vegetable Protein Feed Trade
7.2.1 3.4 Million Tons Vegetable Protein Feed Import, DDGS and Rapeseed Meal as Major Import Varieties
7.2.2 1.6 Million Tons Vegetable Protein Feed Import, Soy-meal as Major Export Variety
7.3 2012 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand
7.3.1 Total Demand of Vegetable Protein Feed in China Expected to Be 67.6 Million Tons
7.3.2 Soy-meal as the Biggest Demand Variety, Consumption Proportion in Vegetable Protein Feed to Keep Rising
7.3.3 Soy-meal as the Major Vegetable Protein Feed Used in Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Feed
7.4 2013 Vegetable Protein Market Prospects
7.4.1 Vegetable Protein Feed Output to Keep Increasing
7.4.2 Vegetable Protein Feed Demand to Go on Growing
7.4.3 Dependency on Imported Vegetable Protein Feed to Improve
7.4.4 Vegetable Protein Feed Costs to Be Higher than 2012 as a Whole
8 2012 CHINA’S SOYBEAN MEAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
8.1 2012 Soybean Meal Production
8.1.1 Soybean Meal Output 2.5 Million Tons Higher from Last Year, or up 6.1%
8.1.2 Daily Crushing Capacity of Soybean to up to 410,000 Tons
8.1.3 Crushing Profit at a Loss in 2012, but Deficit Narrow
8.1.4 Shandong, Jiangsu, Guangdong and Guangxi to Cover 50% of Total Soy-Meal Production
8.2 2012 Soybean Meal Trade
8.2.1 Soybean Meal Exports Exceeded 1.2 Million Tons, nearly 3 Times as That of Last Year
8.2.2 Export Volume of Soybean Meal to Japan and Vietnam Both to Jump
8.3 2012 Soybean Meal Demand
8.3.1 Soybean Meal Demand Higher than 2011 by 3 million Tons, or up 7.5%
8.3.2 95% of the Soybean Meal Used for Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry
8.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning, Henan and Hebei as the biggest five Demand Provinces for Soybean Meal
8.4 Soybean Meal Price Fluctuated Largely in 2012, Up 17% Year on Year
8.5 2013 Soybean Meal Market Prospects
8.5.1 Soybean Meal Supply to Rise Steadily, over 48 Million Tons
8.5.2 Soybean Meal Exports to Keep High Level
8.5.3 Soybean Meal Demand to Keep on Increasing
8.5.4 Soybean Meal Price Will not Increase Large, with Minor Difference from 2012
9 2012 CHINA’S RAPESEED MEAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
9.1 2012 Rapeseed Meal Production
9.1.1 Rapeseed Meal Output Rose 1 Million Tons thanks to Imported Rapeseed Increase Largely
9.1.2 Rapeseed Crushing Capacity up to 40 million Tons with 3 million Tons Increase, and Processing Volume Close to 15 million tons in 2012
9.1.3 Sichuan, Hubei and Jiangsu with Highest Rape-meal Production, all over 1 Million Tons
9.2 2012 Rapeseed Meal Trade
9.2.1 Rapeseed Meal Imports only Covered 36% of Last Year
9.2.2 Proportion of Rapeseed Imported from Canada Boosted, Imported from India down
9.3 2012 Rapeseed Meal Demand
9.3.1 Rapeseed Meal Consumption up to 9.5 Million Tons, 300,000 Tons More than Previous Year
9.3.2 80% of Rapeseed Meal Used for Aquatic and Ruminant
9.3.3 Guangdong, Jiangsu and Hubei as the Largest Three Provinces for Rapeseed Meal Consumption
9.4 Rapeseed Meal Price Was 2.5% Higher from Last Year
9.5 2013 Rapeseed Meal Market Prospects
9.5.1 Rapeseed Meal Supply Unable to Grow Largely
9.5.2 Import Volume to Keep Low Level
9.5.3 Rapeseed Meal Consumption to Rise Slightly
9.5.4 Average Price of Rapeseed Meal to be Higher than 2012
10 2012 CHINA’S COTTONSEED MEAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
10.1 2012 Cottonseed Meal Production
10.1.1 Cottonseed Meal Production Increased Obviously thanks to Increased Cottonseed Supply
10.1.2 Cottonseed Crushing Enterprise Distributed in Xinjiang, Yellow River and Yangtze River Basin, and Crushing Capacity Stable in 2012
10.1.3 Xinjiang as the Largest Production Province for Cottonseed Meal, with over 1 Million Tons in 2012
10.2 2012 Cottonseed Meal Trade
10.2.1 Cottonseed Meal Export Volume as 15 Times as that in Last Year, Export Price down 14.5%
10.2.2 Cottonseed Meal Still Exported to Korea REP and Other Neighbors
10.3 2012 Cottonseed Meal Demand
10.3.1 Cottonseed Meal Demand about 4.5 Million Tons, up 12.5% Year on Year
10.3.2 Almost 90% Cottonseed Meal Used for Ruminant and Aquatic
10.3.3 Heilongjiang, Inner Mongolia, Guangdong and Henan as the Largest 4 Provinces for Cottonseed Meal Consumption
10.4 Little Difference Between Cottonseed Meal Prices in 2012 and 2011
10.5 2013 Cottonseed Meal Market Prospects
10.5.1 Cottonseed Meal Production to Increase Slightly
10.5.2 Export Volume Still to Be Small, Bringing Little Influence on Domestic Supply and Demand
10.5.3 Average Price of Rapeseed Meal to Be Higher than 2012
11 2012 CHINA’S DDGS MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
11.1 2012 DDGS Production
11.1.1 Local DDGS Production Declined Slightly from Previous Year
11.1.2 DDGS Production Enterprises Distributed in Northeast and North China
11.1.3 Jilin and Heilongjiang as Two Largest Provinces for DDGS Production
11.2 2012 DDGS Trade
11.2.1 DDGS Importation Volume Rebound thanks to the end of Anti-dumping Investigation
11.2.2 99.9% of the Imported DDGS from US
11.3 2012 DDGS Demand
11.3.1 DDGS Demand Increased to 6.5 Million tons, or up 8.3% from Previous Year
11.3.2 Almost 50% of DDGS Consumed by Ruminant
11.3.3 Northeast, North China and South China as the Major Consumption Regions for DDGS
11.4 DDGS Price Rose 11% Year on Year, and with a Big Fluctuation
11.5 2013 DDGS Market Prospects
11.5.1 DDGS Supply to Keep Relatively Stable
11.5.2 Import Feed Registration Management also to Bring Side Effect on Importation at the Beginning of 2013
11.5.3 DDGS Consumption to Rise Slightly
11.5.4 DDGS Price to Be Higher than 2012 due to Higher Production Cost

PART FOUR: 2012 CHINA’S ANIMAL PROTEIN FEED MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
12 2012 CHINA’S FISH MEAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
12.1 Domestic Fish Meal Production Lower than Preview Year Due to Limited Fish Supply
12.2 2012 Fish Meal Trade
12.2.1 Peru Decreased Fishing Quota Largely in 2012
12.2.2 Fish Meal Import Volume up 3.0% from Last Year, Import Price down 6.2% Year on Year
12.2.3 Fish Meal Imported from Peru and Chile Reduced, and Fish Meal Imported from US and Non-mainstream Countries Increased
12.3 2012 Fish Meal Demand
12.3.1 Fish Meal Demand up 50,000 Tons From 2011
12.3.2 Aquatic Still to Cover Largest Share for Fish Meal Consumption
12.3.3 South China, East China and Central China as the major Consumption Regions
12.4 Fish Meal Price Show Uptrend with Some Fluctuations in 2012, Average Price Was 2~3% Higher than Last Year
12.5 2013 Fish Meal Market Prospects
12.5.1 Local Fish Meal Production to Keep Stable
12.5.2 Fish Meal Import Volume to Fall Slightly due to Tight Supply in International Market
12.5.3 Fish Meal Consumption to Fall Slightly
12.5.4 Fish Meal Price to Run High Significantly
13 2012 CHINA’S MEAT AND BONE MEAL MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
13.1 Local Meat and Bone Meal Output 10% Higher From 2011
13.2 2012 Meat and Bone Meal Trade
13.2.1 Meat and Bone Meal Import Volume Down 17%, and Price Up 9% from Last Year
13.2.2 Uruguay Still as the Largest Original Country of Meat and Bone Meal, and Import Volume from US to Show Significant Increase
13.3 2012 Meat and Bone Meal Demand
13.3.1 Meat and Bone Meal Demand to Rise 50,000 Tons, or up 8.3%
13.3.2 Meat and Bone Meal Mainly Used for Aquatic and Meat Poultry
13.3.3 Shandong as the Largest Consumption Province for Meat and Bone Meal
13.4 Price of Meat and Bone Meal in 2012 to Show Similar trend as Fish Meal Price, and up 5~6% from Last Year
13.5 2013 Meat and Bone Meal Market Prospects
13.5.1 Meat and Bone Meal Production to Grow, but with Limited Increase
13.5.2 Trade Scale of Meat and Bone Meal to Be Bigger than in 2012
13.5.3 Meat and Bone Meal Demand to Rise Slightly

PART FIVE: 2012 CHINA’S FEED ADDITIVE MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
14 2012 CHINA’S LYSINE MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
14.1 2012 Lysine Production
14.1.1 China Lysine Industry with Excess Production Capacity, at over 1.8 Million Tons
14.1.2 Lysine Output up to 750,000 Tons in 2012
14.2 2012 Lysine Trade
14.2.1 171,000 Export Volume to Hit Record High, Export Price Down 5.2%
14.2.2 Russia, Holland and US as Major Destination Countries
14.2.3 Dacheng Group to Cover Almost 50% of total Lysine Export
14.3 2012 Lysine Demand
14.3.1 Lysine Demand Further Improved 10% from Last Year
14.3.2 60% of Lysine Used for Hog
14.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Henan and Liaoning with Highest Lysine Consumption
14.4 Lysine Price to Go Downward, And about 20% Lower from Last Year
14.5 2013 Lysine Market Prospects
14.5.1 Lysine Supply to Increase, Market Competition to Be Severer
14.5.2 Lysine Export to Maintain at a Relatively High Level
14.5.3 Lysine Demand to Grow Steadily
14.5.4 Lysine Price to Be Higher Than 2012
15 2012 CHINA’S DL-METHIONINE MARKET ANALYSIS AND 2013 PROSPECTS
15.1 2012 DL-Met Production
15.1.1 Major International DL-Met Producers to Enlarge Production Capacity
15.1.2 Domestic DL-Met Output at 8,000 Tons, with Limited Increase
15.2 2012 DL-Met Trade
15.2.1 Import Volume Up 12.6%, Import Price down about 9%
15.2.2 Belgium, Japan, US and France as Major Original Countries
15.2.3 Evonik as the Largest Importer and Supplier, Covering 57% of total DL-Met Import
15.3 2012 DL-Met Demand
15.3.1 DL-Met Demand to Improve continuously, with the Growth Rate of 12.5%
15.3.2 70% of DL-Met Used for Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry
15.3.3 Shandong, Guangdong, Liaoning and Hebei as Major DL-Met Consumption Provinces
15.4 DL-Met Price Went Downward, Lowest in Recent Five Years
15.5 2013 DL-Met Market Prospects
15.5.1 DL-Met from Bluestar-Adisseo and Sumitumo (Dalian) to be Launched into Market at the end of 2013
15.5.2 DL-Met Demand to Ascend Steadily, by about 10%
15.5.3 DL-Met Import to Keep Stable
15.5.4 DL-Met Price to Be Higher than 2012

FIGURE CONTENTS
Map 1-1, Distribution of Industrial Feed Output by Province in 2012
Map 1-2, Distribution of New-Built Feed Projects in 2012
Map 2-1, Distribution of China’s Corn Output by Province in 2012
Map 2-2, Distribution of China’s Corn Demand by Province in 2012
Map 3-1, Distribution of Vegetable Protein Meal Output by Province in 2012
Map 3-2, Distribution of Vegetable Protein Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 3-3, Distribution of Major Soybean Crushing Enterprises
Map 3-4, Distribution of Soybean Meal Output by Province in 2012
Map 3-5, Distribution of Soybean Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 3-6, Distribution of Major Rapeseed Crushing Enterprises
Map 3-7, Distribution of Rapeseed Meal Output by Province in 2012
Map 3-8, Distribution of Rapeseed Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 3-9, Distribution of Major Cottonseed Crushing Enterprises
Map 3-10, Distribution of Cottonseed Meal Output by Province in 2012
Map 3-11, Distribution of Cottonseed Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 3-12, Distribution of Major DDGS Production Enterprises
Map 3-13, Distribution of DDGS Output by Province in 2012
Map 3-14, Distribution of DDGS Demand by Province in 2012
Map 4-1, Distribution of Fish Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 4-2, Distribution of Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Province in 2012
Map 5-1, Distribution of Lysine Demand by Province in 2012
Map 5-2, Distribution of DL-Methionine Demand by Province in 2012

Fig. 1-1, Variation in China’s Industrial Feed Production, 1996-2012
Fig. 1-2, China’s Industrial Feed Output by Month, 2009-2012
Fig. 1-3, Variation in China’s Feed Structure by Product Variety, 1996-2012
Fig. 1-4, China’s Compound Feed Output and Proportion, 1996-2012
Fig. 1-5, China’s Concentrate Feed Output and Proportion, 1996-2012
Fig. 1-6, China’s Additive Premix Feed Output and Proportion, 1996-2012
Fig. 1-7, Variation in China’s Feed Structure by Livestock Variety, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-8, Variation in China’s Hog Feed Structure, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-9, Variation in China’s Meat Poultry Feed Structure, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-10, Variation in China’s Egg Poultry Feed Structure, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-11, Variation in China’s Aquatic Feed Structure, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-12, Variation in China’s Ruminant Feed Structure, 2001-2012
Fig. 1-13, Variation in China’s Industrial Feed Export Volume and Export Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 1-14, China’s Industrial Feed Export by Country of Destination in 2012
Fig. 1-15, China’s Industrial Feed Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig, 1-16, China’ Industrial Feed Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 1-17, Variation in Compound Feed Prices of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry, 2008-2012
Fig. 1-18, Variation in Feed Processing Benefits of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry, 2008-2012
Fig. 2-1, Variation in China’s Corn Acreage, 1979-2012
Fig. 2-2, Variation in China’s Corn Yield, 1979-2012
Fig. 2-3, Variation in China’s Corn Output, 1979-2012
Fig. 2-4, Variation in Material Cost, Labor Cost and Land Cost of China’s Corn, 2003-2012
Fig. 2-5, Variation in Gross Production Value of China’s Corn, 2003-2012
Fig. 2-6, Variation in Total Production Cost, Benefit and Cost-Benefit Ratio of China’s Corn, 2003-2012
Fig. 2-7, Variation in China’s Corn Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig, 2-8, China’s Corn Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 2-9, Variation in China’s Corn Export Volume and Export Price, 2000-2012
Fig, 2-10, Variation in China’s Corn Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 2-11, Variation in China’s Corn Demand Structure, 2000-2012
Fig. 2-12, Variation in Corn Starch Processing Benefits, 2008-2012
Fig. 2-13, Variation in Corn Alcohol Processing Benefits, 2008-2012
Fig. 2-14, Variation in Corn Average Prices in Producing Regions, Main Consumption Regions and Nationally, 2008~2012
Fig. 2-15, Variation in Price Gaps Between Corn and Wheat (Corn-Wheat), 2008-2012
Fig. 3-1, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Output, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-2, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Production Structure , 2000-2012
Fig. 3-3, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Export Volume, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-4, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Import Volume, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-5, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-6, Variation in China’s Vegetable Protein Feed Demand Structure , 2000-2012
Fig. 3-7, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Hog Feed in 2012
Fig. 3-8, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Meat Poultry Feed in 2012
Fig. 3-9, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Egg Poultry Feed in 2012
Fig. 3-10, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Aquatic Feed in 2012
Fig. 3-11, Vegetable Protein Demand Structure in Ruminant Feed in 2012
Fig. 3-12, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Output, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-13, Variation in Processing Benefits of Local and Import Soybean, 2008-2012
Fig. 3-14, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Export Volume and Export Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-15, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination in 2012
Fig. 3-16, Variation in China’s Soybean Meal Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-17, China’s Soybean Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 3-18, Variation in Soybean Meal Average Price of Main Producing Regions and Consumption Regions, 2008-2012
Fig.3-19, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Production, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-20, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-21, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 3-22, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-23, China’s Rapeseed Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 3-24, Variation in China’s Rapeseed Meal Price, 2008-2012
Fig. 3-25, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Production, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-26, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-27, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination in 2012
Fig. 3-28, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-29, China’s Cottonseed Meal Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 3-30, Variation in China’s Cottonseed Meal Price, 2008-2012
Fig. 3-31, Variation in China’s DDGS Production, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-32, Variation in China’s DDGS Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 3-33, Variation in China’s DDGS Demand, 2000-2012
Fig, 3-34, China’s DDGS Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 3-35, Variation in China’s DDGS Price, 2008-2012
Fig. 4-1, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Production, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-2, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-3, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 4-4, Variation in China’s Fish Meal Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-5, China’s Fish Meal Demand by Livestock in 2012
Fig. 4-6, Variation in Import Fish Meal Prices of FAQ65%, SD65% and SD67%, 2008-2012
Fig. 4-7, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Production, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-8, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-9, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 4-10, Variation in China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 4-11, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Demand by Livestock in 2012
Fig. 4-12, Variation in Import Meat and Bone Meal Prices in Major Ports, 2008-2012
Fig. 5-1, Variation in China’s Lysine Output, 2000-2012
Fig. 5-2, Variation in China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) Export Volume and Export Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 5-3, China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) by Country of Destination in 2012
Fig. 5-4, Variation in China’s Lysine Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 5-5, China’s Lysine Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 5-6, Variation in China’s 98.5% and 65% Lysine Average Prices, 2008-2012
Fig. 5-7, Variation in China’s Dl-Mehtionine Import Volume and Import Price, 2000-2012
Fig. 5-8, China’s DL-Methionine Import by Original Country in 2012
Fig. 5-9, Variation in China’s DL-Methionine Demand, 2000-2012
Fig. 5-10, China’s DL-Methionine Demand by Livestock Variety in 2012
Fig. 5-11, Variation in Prices of China’s Solid and Liquid DL-Methionine, 2008-2012
TABLE CONTENTS
Table 1-1, Major Export Enterprises of Industrial Feed and Export Volume in 2012
Table 1-2, Compound Feed Processing Benefits of Fattening Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry in 2011 and 2012
Table 1-3, New-Built and Preparing to Build Industrial Feed Projects of Zhengbang Group in 2012
Table 1-4, New-Built and Preparing to Build Industrial Feed Projects of Haida Group in 2012
Table 1-5, New-Built and Preparing to Build Industrial Feed Projects of Dabeinong Group in 2012
Table 1-6, New-Built and Preparing to Build Industrial Feed Projects of Tangrenshen Group in 2012
Table 4-1, Fishing Quotas and Fishing Time in Central and Northern Sea near Peru, 2010-2012
Table 5-1, Major Lysine Production Enterprise and Production Capacity Investment Plan in 2012
Table 5-2, Major Export Enterprises of Lysine and Export Volume in 2012
Table 5-3, China’s DL-Met Production Project in 2012
Table 5-4, Major Import Enterprises of DL-Met and Import Volume in 2012
Attached Table 1, New-Built Industrial Feed Projects in 2012
Attached Table 2, Industrial Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2003-2012
Attached Table 3, Compound Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2003-2012
Attached Table 4, Concentrate Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2003-2012
Attached Table 5, Additive Premix Feed Output in China and Each Province, 2003-2012
Attached Table 6, China’s Industrial Feed Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 7, China’s Industrial Feed Export by Country of Destination, 2010-2012
Attached Table 8, China’s Corn Export by Country of Destination, 2010-2012
Attached Table 9, China’s Corn Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 10, China’s Soybean Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2010-2012
Attached Table 11, China’s Rapeseed Meal Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 12, China’s Cottonseed Meal Export by Country of Destination, 2010-2012
Attached Table 13, China’s Fish Meal Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 14, China’s Meat and Bone Meal Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 15, China’s DDGS Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 16, China’s Lysine (including Ester and Salt) Export by Country of Destination, 2010-2012
Attached Table 17, China’s DL-Methionine Import by Original Country, 2010-2012
Attached Table 18, China Corn Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2006/07-2012/13
Attached Table 19, China Soybean Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2006/07-2012/13
Attached Table 20, China Rapeseed Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2006/07-2012/13
Attached Table 21, China Cottonseed Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2006/07-2012/13
Attached Table 22, China Fish Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2007-2013
Attached Table 23, China Meat and Bone Meal Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2007-2013
Attached Table 24, China DDGS Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2007-2013
Attached Table 25, China Lysine Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2007-2013
Attached Table 26, China DL-Methionine Supply-Demand Balance Sheet, 2007-2013

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