Quite of few of my neighbors and I have gone to mostly a wheat-soybean rotation. Corn is too expensive to plant, fertilizer is way high let alone seed corn, for the price. I couldn’t plant wheat this fall because of the weather. I couldn’t get the beans off till November a lot of guys were in the same situation around here.
My principal product is cattle. I generally plant enough corn to feed my own herd plus, give or take an equivalent amount to market for cash, which tends to act as a hedge. Corn following several years of alfalfa or following intensive pasture requires very little anhydrous and is not particularly susceptible to insect or disease because of the long rotation.