Risk Management and Safety Net Program Survey
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada commissioned Angus Reid Group to conduct a national study on risk management and safety net programs. Interviews were completed with 2,400 producers in November/December 1999 whose "main" farm type was field crops, beef cattle, hogs, or horticulture. The study examined risk concerns, producers' use of government programs and private risk management tools, and producers' farm financial situations.
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|Date of creation:||2000|
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|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: GOUVERNEMENT DU CANADA; AGRICULTURE CANADA; DIRECTION GENERALE DESPOLITIQ UES.|
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