Planting conventional corn and soybeans offers price premiums in limited markets for some Arkansas producers. Conventional corn and soybeans have lower seed costs but entail greater expenses for chemicals. Producers should consider the yield potential of conventional seeds compared to genetically modified seeds. Lower yields from conventional seeds could decrease revenue and offset price premiums. To assist in decision making, the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture has issued crop enterprise budgets for conventional corn and soybean production. The 2015 crop enterprise budgets are available at http://www.uaex.edu/crop-budgets.