Unified™ corn silage with SilaSoft™ technology
Fiber and starch digestibility in one.
Unified™ corn silage with SilaSoft™ technology is the latest product in the Mycogen® brand silage portfolio — delivering more efficiency, more milk and more profit potential.
Fiber and starch digestibility
It’s the first of a kind, with a unique combination of fiber digestibility and highly digestible starch.
Improved feed efficiency
This revolutionary product performs better in rations. Initial feeding studies indicate a feed efficiency increase of 7% over standard hybrids.1
More milk and profit potential
More milk means a better bottom line. Unified™ corn silage has demonstrated an average of 10.1 pounds more energy-corrected milk per cow per day over conventional hybrids, and it showed a 7% improvement in butterfat and a 13% increase in protein.1
Now we’re going to have a digestible plant with a more digestible ear, and it’s all focused on the success of a dairy farm.
And I love that.
— Ron Gibson, Dairy Producer, Utah
More innovation from Mycogen
This breakthrough is the result of more than 20 years of dedicated silage breeding. It’s what happens when an entire team – researchers, agronomists, territory managers, nutritionists and retailers — is dedicated to finding new solutions that help dairy producers succeed. And through our search for something better, we’ve developed Unified™ corn silage to provide a breakthrough combination of leading fiber digestibility with highly digestibly starch.
More fiber digestibility
Featuring up to 40 percent less lignin and an average fiber digestibility advantage of eight to 15 percentage points higher when compared with standard hybrids, Unified™ corn silage allows for greater dry matter intake (DMI), higher milk production and improved feed efficiency.
More digestible starch
Starch is a key component to a dairy cow’s diet. Unified™ corn silage hybrids are unique because they include SilaSoft™ technology, which delivers a soft kernel for easily digestible starch. More digestible starch enables feed efficiency by providing the cow more energy and enabling her to produce more milk from the same amount of corn silage.
Results backed by farmers like you
A producer's experience from field to feeding
Ron Gibson, Gibson's Green Acres, Ogden, Utah
Real innovation with real results on the farm
John Koepke, Koepke Farms, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
Remick, E. M., et al. 2016. A novel bm3 corn silage hybrid with floury kernel genetics improves lactational performance and feed efficiency in Holstein cows. Reference