Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll: 2009 Summary Report
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The Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll is an annual survey that collects and disseminates information on issues of importance to rural communities across Iowa and the Midwest. Conducted every year since its establishment in 1982, the Farm Poll is the longest-running survey of its kind in the nation. Iowa State University Extension, the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, and the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship are all partners in the Farm Poll effort. The information gathered through the Farm Poll is used to inform the development and improvement of research and extension programs and is used by local, state, and national leaders in their decision-making processes. We thank the many farmers who responded to this year’s survey and appreciate their continued participation in the Farm Poll.
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Arbuckle, J. Gordon; Korsching, Peter; Lasley, Paul; and Kast, Chris, "Iowa Farm and Rural Life Poll: 2009 Summary Report" (2009). Extension Community and Economic Development Publications. 20.