15 October 2018 – Feedinfo News Service is proud to announce the addition of the amino acid L-Valine and Vitamin B5 (D-Calpan) to the Feedinfo price index. Both are now available at www.feedinfo.com.

“There have been multiple signals in the market which have encouraged Feedinfo News Service to broaden its online price reporting to include L-Valine and D-Calpan – two increasingly commoditized feed additives”, says Martijn de Cocq, Lead Analyst at Feedinfo News Service.

“The L-Valine price has weakened continuously in the last years, but seems to be rebounding at the moment. And after some large price swings in the past year, the D-Calpan market has recently been much more stable”, de Cocq observes.

Historical price charts

Other new features include historical price charts for Vitamin A 1000, Vitamin B2 80%, Vitamin D3 500 and Vitamin E 50%, as well as for the new additions, D-Calpan and L-Valine.


L-Valine, D-Calpan, and the historical price charts will be showcased at the Feedinfo News Service stand in EuroTier in Hanover from 13 – 16 November.

Come meet us at Hall 2, Booth F45 for a live display.

About Feedinfo News Service

Established in 1999, Feedinfo News Service (www.feedinfo.com) is the world’s leading provider of business and financial information for global corporations serving the agribusiness, feed additives and biotechnology sectors – with special insight into the animal nutrition and animal health industries.

Alongside a wide range of market intelligence, news, research and data offerings Feedinfo provides benchmark pricing indices for:

DL-Methionine 99%
L-Lysine HCL 98%
Threonine 99%
Tryptophan 98%
Vitamin A 1000
Vitamin B2 80%
Vitamin D3 500
Vitamin E 50%
Feed Phosphates
Copper Sulphate

In addition to regular news coverage of the enzyme, probiotic, mineral and various other feed additive markets. For further information on our services visit: marketing.feedinfo.com

About AgriBriefing Ltd.

AgriBriefing is an international media and information group specialising in the global agribusiness markets. For further information visit: www.AgriBriefing.com