Cows fed brown midrib (BMR) sorghum silage in a University of Nebraska study had slightly higher dry matter intakes than cows fed conventional sorghum, but didn't produce more milk.

The research evaluated the two types of forage sorghum fed with and without wet corn gluten feed. In vitro NDF digestibility was higher for the BMR sorghum vs. the conventional silage. While dry matter intake tended to be higher in cows fed BMR sorghum, total tract NDF digestibility was lower.

Milk production and composition were the same for both types of silage, and rations with and without wet corn gluten feed brought identical production, too.