Nebraska farmer sets world record for soybeans, twice

A Nebraska farmer beat his own world record for dryland soybeans.

Jimmy Frederick produced 148.8 bushels per acre, topping his own mark set at 138, two years ago

He says that his secret is using fewer inputs, and instead focusing on soil health and crop rotation to get higher yields.

He farms 2,500 acres in southwest Nebraska, growing corn and soybeans.