The 2001 National Agricultural, Food, and Public Policy Preference Survey: The South Dakota Perspective
Farmers and ranchers in 27 states were surveyed during the spring of 2001. The survey contains questions about farm income and risk management, conservation and environmental policies, trade, food labeling, the changing structure of agriculture, producer demographics, and a series of optional questions. In South Dakota, 1500 producers received surveys and 325 returned completed forms. This document compares the responses of South Dakota producers with those in the North Central region, and the nation.
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