Dairy producers can now see the performance data for Mycogen Seeds Silage-Specific BMR corn hybrids online at www.silagespecific.com.
Silagespecific.com features a number of university and third-party studies that are available to dairy producers interested in learning more about the benefits of planting Silage-Specific BMR hybrids.
Several studies - both university and independent - prove Silage-Specific BMR corn hybrids increase milk production. On this Web site, dairy producers can select individual studies and see the comparisons between Mycogen brand BMR hybrids and non-BMR hybrids.
"We are excited to showcase the benefits of our BMR hybrids through this new Web site," says Greg Cannon, Marketing Specialist, Mycogen Seeds. "Dairy producers can see the BMR advantage over conventional hybrids in milk response, tonnage and return on investment by visiting this site."
Mycogen Seeds Silage-Specific hybrids enhance milk production by 4.8 pounds per cow per day more than cows fed non-BMR hybrids, as shown by 16 university and independent study reports published since 1999.
These hybrids can increase milk production income per year from $0.50 to $0.75 per cow per day, for almost $22,000 more income from 100 cows.
Additionally, real-world results are featured on www.silagespecific.com. Dairy producers can see testimonials from fellow producers - as well as university and nutrition professionals -who've observed the value of Silage-Specific BMR corn hybrids.
"Our Silage-Specific BMR product lineup is strong, featuring the latest technologies, including Herculex I Insect Protection and Roundup Ready herbicide protection." Cannon says. "Producers who are considering whether to plant BMR hybrids should visit the site. The proof is in the data."
For more information on Mycogen Seeds Silage-Specific BMR hybrids, growers should contact their local Mycogen Seeds sales representative or dealer.