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Rapid React™ Technology

 

Rapid React™ Technology

Rapid React™ technology is a significant advancement in silage inoculants. With Rapid React technology, producers see results faster from one of their biggest expenses. Feed sources from corn grain, corn silage, high moisture corn, snaplage, earlage and alfalfa make up the majority of the ration — and ensuring these valuable inputs are available sooner can help you better manage your silage.

With Rapid React™ technology, producers see results faster from one of their biggest expenses.

Rapid React™ Aerobic Stability* Technology

This new technology provides stable feed quickly, making it ready to feed in just 7 days. In addition to providing you with faster access to forages, it can help maximize your homegrown feed by maintaining a consistently cool bunker face and extending bunklife..

Rapid React™ technology provides stable feed quickly, making it ready to feed in just seven days.
 

Feed faster and better forages.
This technology contains next-generation L. buchneri — and the results are appealing to both producers and their livestock. Research has shown a 23% improvement in reducing aerobic dry matter losses over just a 7-day span.

Get more out of every day and every ton.
Put one of these products to work on your operation to feed sooner, control heating, minimize dry matter losses, reduce spoilage and produce more consistently palatable feed.


Corn Silage 
11C33
11C33
with Rapid React™
aerobic stability
technology
  Grass/Cereal Silage
11G22
11G22
with Rapid React™
aerobic stability
technology
  High Moisture Corn
11B91
11B91
with Rapid React™
aerobic stability
technology

 

Talk to your local Pioneer sales professional or DuPont Pioneer livestock specialist, or download a PDF to learn more:

*Improved aerobic stability and reduced heating is relative to untreated silage. Actual results may vary. The effect of any silage inoculant is dependent upon management at harvest, storage and feedout. Factors such as moisture, maturity, chop length and compaction will determine inoculant efficacy.

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