Great Plains Grazing Survey Log

Welcome to the Great Plains Grazing Survey page!

Researchers at Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University and other regional institutions in Oklahoma and Texas are working on a five-year project funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to find ways the cattle grazing industry can better withstand future extremes in long-term weather patterns with less drastic disruptions in business and income.

We respect and value your opinions as a beef cattle and/or crop producer, and are seeking your professional input by asking you to complete the enclosed survey. The purpose of the survey is to obtain a better understanding of the factors that contribute to both the vulnerability and resilience of the region’s agricultural production system. Completing the survey will take about 20 minutes and will provide important information. Knowledge gained from this survey will be used to guide regional research.

Your participation is voluntary and completion of the survey indicates your consent to participate in this study. We respect and value your opinions. Your responses will be held in the strictest confidence, and the records of this study will be kept private. There are no anticipated risks to you from participating. Any written results will only discuss aggregate findings and will not include information that will identify any individual.

The Docking Institute at Fort Hays State University has been asked to conduct this survey. The Institute is a non-profit research center and provides information gathering services for non-profit organizations and governmental entities. For questions or comments about this survey, please call our toll free number 1-844-525-2151. You many also call Mike Walker at 785-628-5563.

To begin the survey, please click here: Great Plains Grazing Survey

Or copy this link to your browser: http://fhsu.cawi.idsurvey.com/default.cshtml?id=9f8041d6-6f5f-4484-af56-59e0b312e8ee

You will be asked for the Username and Password sent to you in the letter mailed on October 26th.

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