Wheat planting is underway in much of the Plains and Midwest, and analysis released this week shows a double-crop wheat/soybean system holds a lot of revenue promise for farmers where such a system is an option, especially when compared to conventional corn/soybean rotations. The wheat market has been less volatile than other pits in recent months and while standalone wheat is less potentially profitable than corn and soybeans alone, when added to a double-crop production system, it’s a system worth exploring for farmers in places like southern Illinois, economists say. See the new analysis here.