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Jeanne BernickEditor

Jeanne is editor of Top Producer magazine. She has written for Top Producer and Farm Journal for 15 years, covering a variety of agricultural topics ranging from livestock to biofuels to corn, soybean and wheat production.    She has received numerous writing awards, including the American Agricultural Editors’ Association’s first-place award for editorial opinion, which helped earn her Master Writer status with the association. She has also won several first place writing awards from the National Association of Agricultural Journalists and most recently an award for the best single written article for business publications from the Missouri Association of Publications. 
Jeanne is editor of Top Producer magazine. She has written for Top Producer and Farm Journal for 15 years, covering a variety of agricultural topics ranging from livestock to biofuels to corn, soybean and wheat production.    She has received numerous writing awards, including the American Agricultural Editors’ Association’s first-place award for editorial opinion, which helped earn her Master Writer status with the association. She has also won several first place writing awards from the National Association of Agricultural Journalists and most recently an award for the best single written article for business publications from the Missouri Association of Publications. 

Articles By Jeanne Bernick

Nov 30, 2015

How You Can Take the Final Step in Management Improvement

Farm Journal's Top Producer Executive Network, the first national network for executive producers, will assemble advisory boards for top farmers.
Nov 24, 2015

What to Expect From a Peer Group

Mike Richardson is in his second decade of facilitating CEO peer groups. Speaking from experience, Richardson says, farmers should expect the following characteristics from a good peer group.
Nov 23, 2015

Circle of Trust: How To Better Evaluate Tough Questions

None of us is as smart as all of us. That’s the reason a trusting and confidential peer group can be a powerful process for innovation and for helping with opportunities, problems, challenges and issues of all sizes.
Apr 01, 2015

Top of Mind: The Right It

Why are most people afraid to try something truly innovative? It’s simple: failure.
Apr 01, 2015

Tribal Culture

Surround yourself with smart people, advises WD-40 executive
Apr 01, 2015

Tribal Culture

Surround yourself with smart people, advises WD-40 executive
Apr 01, 2015

Larger Farm, More Efficiency

Big operations enjoy higher profit margins
Apr 01, 2015

The Chemistry of Smart Business

There is a certain “je ne sais quoi” about Paul Rea, BASF’s newly appointed senior vice president, crop protection, North America, that makes people around him buzz with energy.
Apr 01, 2015

Grow Strategically in Tight Times

Look for mergers and interests outside ag in a tight economy