BRI Introduces the most efficient Xylanase into the feed industry in Mexico

New Xylanase to Mexico Brings Potential for Increased Efficiency in Poultry and Swine Production   BRI’s Xylamax has profound activity and can lower feed cost and increase the ROI resulting in a much higher profitability compared to other commercial Xylanases.   Durham, North Carolina (April 15, 2021) – BioResource International announced the launch of its product Xylamax in Mexico on Wednesday. This product provides up to a 50 percent increase in energy release compared to similar products…

Response to COVID-19

In anticipation of the global impact of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) to the feed industry, BioResource International, Inc. (BRI) has taken measures to ensure the safety of our employees and to continue production of our products. BRI has taken the following actions: Implemented a policy of working remotely when and where possible to reduce the risks.…

BioResource International, Inc. Research Partners to Present the Effects of Combinational Use of Xylanase and Direct-fed Microbials in Nursery Pig Diets at the 2020 ASAS-Midwest Meeting

Research Triangle Park, N.C. — February 9, 2020 —BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specializing in the research, development, and manufacture of high-performance enzyme and probiotic feed additives for optimizing animal nutrition and gut health, announced today that findings from a comprehensive study using its xylanase-direct-fed microbial feed additive, EnzaPro®, in nursery pig…

BRI Featured in FeedInfo Interview Discussing Upcoming Launch of Novel Blend of Xylanase and Multi-Strain DFMs

Research Triangle Park, N.C. – October 25, 2018 – BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specializing in the research, development, and manufacture of high-performance enzyme feed additives for optimizing animal nutrition and gut health, will be featured in an exclusive interview on October 25 with FeedInfo News Service. Dr. Nasser Odetallah, Vice President…

chicken feeding

Published Article: The Effect of a Xylanase on production and gastrointestinal fitness in Broilers

The Effect of a Modified GH11 Xylanase on Live Performance, Gut Health, and Clostridium perfringens Excretion of Broilers Fed Corn-Soy Diets Providing adequate quantities of animal protein to meet the demands of a continuously growing population requires that livestock producers must increase the production efficiency of farm animals. This can be achieved through improved genetics, management, and…