DuPont Pioneer corn silage portfolio outperforms competitors

On-farm trials of Pioneer corn silage portfolio out-performed its competitors with a yield average of 2.5 tons per acre and a starch average of nearly 6 percent, and Pioneer brown midrib (BMR) products also out-performed other BMR products with a 1.4 ton per acre yield and a starch advantage of 4.1 percent in more than 175 head-to-head trials.

“We are incredibly proud of the performance of our corn silage products and, in particular, our BMR products this year,” Kyle Whitaker, DuPont Pioneer forages senior marketing manager, said. “BMR products are an important part of our corn silage portfolio, which offer producers a wide variety of trait technologies and genetic packages to meet individual yield goals and environmental conditions.”

The corn silage and BMR products are part of the Pioneer Integrated Feed Solutions offering, combining elite products with agronomic expertise and services to help farmers.

“Our team of dairy and livestock specialists works with local Pioneer sales professionals to help producers identify the right mix of products and services to help improve productivity and profitability,” Whitaker said. “Our corn silage and BMR products are out-performing the competition but it is our combination of products, services and team of forage and agronomic experts that set us apart from the rest of the seed companies out there.”

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