Yields surprise in dry sections of Corn Belt
Many farmers in dry parts of the Corn Belt were pleasantly surprised by yields this fall.
Brevant Seeds retail product agronomist Caleb Quinlan says the performance speaks to genetic gains over the past decade.
“We continue to try to figure out what the next big ticket item is for farmers, or pain point if you will. To try to help make sure they have consistent products that perform even when we have those external factors.”
Brownfield interviewed Quinlan during last month’s National Association of Farm Broadcasting Convention in Kansas City, Missouri.