The National Dairy FARM Program, in collaboration with Colorado State University is conducting a dairy farmer survey to learn more about perceptions of the FARM Program and how it can continue to improve the resources it offers producers.
The voluntary survey will probe producers’ knowledge of the program and the value they think it provides to their operation.
The study titled “Dairy Producer Perceptions of the National Dairy FARM Program” is being led by Dr. Noa Roman-Muniz and Kayla Rink from Colorado State University Department of Animal Sciences. The survey is confidential and only summarized data will be shared with the primary researchers so participants cannot be identified individually.
Processors and cooperatives can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Kayla Calvin at Colorado State email@example.com if they want their organization to participate. Individual producers can take the online version or contact the FARM Program to be mailed a copy.