One of many cotton modules destroyed by Hurricane Michael.

One of many cotton modules destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Photo by Judy Biss

University of Florida PhD candidate Marcelo Calle is conducting research on how agricultural producers manage their farms in times of change. You are invited to participate in this major research survey by taking the online survey linked below.

The results of this survey will help researchers understand “how farmers and farm owners make decisions.” These insights can be used to provide public and private policy recommendations in addition to identifying financial and market risks that farmers deal with on a daily basis. At your earliest convenience, please click on the link below to answer the questions in this short survey.

Use the following this link to the Survey, or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:

https://ufl.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8tYs2Fgbt6brlHv

 

This survey will take about 9 to 12 minutes to complete.  Your participation in this study is voluntary and you can exit the survey at any time. There are no direct risks or benefits for participating in this study and you will not receive any compensation from the University of Florida for participating. We are, however, happy to provide you with an executive summary of the findings.

Thank you for your time.
Sincerely,
Marcelo Calle
PhD Candidate,
Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, University of Florida
Phone: (352) 222 2783
Email: 
marcelocalle@ufl.edu