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Livestock Sector: $100 for Your Thoughts?

What investments will help grow our livestock sector?

Are you faced with challenges in the production of livestock on your farm? Do these affect your ability to grow your business? Or do you work with livestock producers as an educator, researcher, service provider or veterinarian?

The Cornell Small Farms Program and Cornell Cooperative Extension want to understand what you see as the priorities for research and education to increase viability of livestock production in NY and beyond.  There is growing demand for regionally produced meat, milk and fiber. Yet we know our farmers are facing challenges that could constrain their productivity and profitability as they grow their businesses.

We are asking experienced livestock producers at all scales to prioritize research and extension topics that will help grow the livestock sector in NY. This anonymous survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Your perspective and feedback is essential to shape research and extension support for livestock production in NY!

Gift Card Drawing!  After completing the survey, you will have the opportunity to register for one of three $100 gift card drawings to an agricultural supplier of your choice!

TAKE THE SURVEY

How this survey will be used: This survey information will help us to prioritize research and educational programs and resources to address current or emerging livestock production challenges. We will never share individual farm information with anyone ever; all results will be aggregated and anonymized. We will review preliminary results at our upcoming NY Livestock Summit on March 30, 2017. The findings will be summarized in a report this summer and be shared widely to elevate the needs of the Livestock sector across the region.

LEARN MORE about the 2017 NYS Livestock Summit, to be held on Thurs Mar 30 from 1-4pm at 8 sites around the state. We hope you will join us!

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