According to results from a 1999 Texas forage comparison study, new BMR 100 brown midribbed forage sorghum, from AgriBioTech, Inc. (ABT), exhibits higher digestibility and economic potential for beef producers than corn silage, grain sorghum or conventional forage sorghum.

"Based on In Vitro True Digestibility (IVTD) testing, BMR offers beef producers significant advantages in daily gain, beef production per acre and potential economic return, says Dr. Rod Hintz, ABT national forage nutritionist. "In fact, economic models based on research data show its potential value can exceed that of corn silage.

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