Nebraska Producers’ Responses to Farm Bill Programs

Nebraska Producers’ Responses to Farm Bill Programs

Greetings from the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). We are looking for producers to participate in a research study titled Nebraska Producers’ Responses to Farm Bill Programs. If you are a crop producer 19 years of age or older, and interested in participating, please Register at the link below. The research will be conducted during Nebraska Extension sponsored Crop Production Clinics in January of 2019. If you have questions about the research project, please feel free to contact Simanti Banerjee, faculty at the Department of Agricultural Economics at any time via my email (simanti.banerjee@unl.edu). The study will not last more than two hours and you will be paid a compensation of up to $100 for your time. Participation in this study is voluntary and all information collected is confidential and anonymous. Registration at Clinic not necessary for participation in Research Study. You can Register and just show up! If you change your mind about participation, you can withdraw your registration at any time without harming your relationship with UNL or the organizers of the Crop Production Clinics. Register: https://agronomy.unl.edu/crop-production-clinic-study-consent

 

Study locations

 

Lavista - January 15

York - January 17

Norfolk - January 23

Norfolk - January 24

Kearney - January 28

Kearney - January 29