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Introducing BrettYoung Corn

Available for the 2022 planting season, BrettYoung is adding to their portfolio with a new silage and grazing corn line specifically designed for the needs of Western Canadian cattle grower.  Corn is an important forage crop and as a leading forage supplier we are proud to be able to offer hybrids specially selected for silage and grazing. BrettYoung corn will provide growers leading hybrids with broad adaptability and reliable performance, backed by the BrettYoung service and support growers know and trust.

BY Brava RR2 is Brett Young’s first new hybrid available for planting this coming spring. BY Brava RR2 is a high yielding, broadly adapted Roundup Ready® hybrid, specifically selected for its early maturity and great silage and grazing characteristics. This including a flint/dent kernel type which dries down slower to provides a wider harvest window for silage, and very good root and stalk strength for excellent standability in grazing applications. 

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