The latest Ag Economy Barometer from Purdue University found that nearly a quarter of corn and soybean growers surveyed have updated their farming practices due to long-term weather changes. The survey includes American operations producing at least $500,000 annually — or the 7.4% highest-producing operations.

Of the 24% of farmers reporting a change, 25% updated their no-till practices. A similar percentage changed their crop mix, and nearly one in five reported selecting more drought-resistant options. Read more about the survey here.