Proteases – the Good, the Bad and the Less Digestible…

Our previous blog post described the various feed enzymes in use by the poultry industry. While many of the enzymes listed, such as phytase and the carbohydrases, have been extensively researched and optimized, the introduction and use of protease feed enzymes is fairly recent and an area of much interest worldwide due to fluctuations in…

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Building A Great Team

I recently served as a panelist on “Building a Great Team” at the Association of Corporate Growth’s BIG (Build, Invest, Grow) Forum in Durham, NC. I wanted to share with you some of the ideas I presented at the panel discussion and some of my takeaways from the BIG Forum. Skills versus Traits: I talked…

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Giles Shih Elected To Raleigh-Durham Entrepreneurs’ Organization Board Of Directors

BRI CEO Giles Shih has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Raleigh-Durham chapter of EO (Enterpreneurs’ Organization), a global network of business owners dedicated to learning and supporting entrepreneurial growth. As Forum Chair for the EO Raleigh-Durham chapter, Giles will help organize and coordinate the small peer-to-peer support groups within the chapter,…

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Introduction To Enzymes

In this blog series we will be defining and discussing key industry terms that we feel are important to understanding the animal nutrition field and how it relates to our work and technology at BRI. While some of these terms may be familiar to experienced practitioners in the field, we feel that it is important…

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BRI CEO Featured in Feedinfo News Service Interview

BRI was recently contacted by the editorial staff at Feedinfo News Service to speak about our company’s growth and our leadership role in the competitive market of animal feed enzymes. Feedinfo is the world’s leading source of business information for the agribusiness and biotechnology industries, and we were very pleased to share with them our latest…

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