Analysis on the Economic Benefits of Pork Amino Acid Nutrition and Aquaculture Costs

  • Zhang Yong
Keywords: Pork amino acid; Breeding cost; Economic benefit; Breeding mode


Amino acid nutrition is one of the hotspots in pig nutrition research. In recent years, a large number of research
results have emerged in the fields of pig amino acid requirements and low protein balanced amino acid diets,
and the research has been continuously deepened. This article reviews recent advances in the induction and
transport of amino acids in pigs, protein synthesis and degradation, and functional amino acids in recent years,
with a view to providing a theoretical basis for the rational use of amino acids. In this study, a multivariate
linear regression model was used to conduct an empirical analysis of the cost-effectiveness of the two collective
feeding modes of the state-owned collective and professional households in the pig breeding industry. The study
found that labor price, piglet price, feed price, management cost and sales cost are the main factors affecting the
cost-effectiveness of the pig industry. Concentrated feed input is the main factor affecting the cost-benefit ratio
of the pig industry. With the market price fixed, to increase the cost-benefit ratio of each pig, raising the level of
raising technology will be the only way. Therefore, studying the factors that affect the cost-effectiveness of the
pig industry, improving the cost-benefit ratio of the pig industry, and enhancing the international
competitiveness of China's pig breeding industry will have very important practical economic significance.