NSRL Soybean Specialty Grain Survey: Iowa

In 2007, the National Soybean Research Laboratory in collaboration with the Iowa Agricultural Statistical Service conducted a survey of the specialty soybean and corn activities in the State for the 2006 crop year. Out of 55,879 corn and soybean farmers in Iowa, 5,000 farmers were randomly selected and 2,369 farmers, responded, for a response rate of 47.4%. A key objective of the survey was to better understand, and then assess the state of differentiated or enhanced soybean and corn production in Iowa. The goal is to help farmers capture more value. This report is chiefly about soybean specialty crops, but a few points of comparison with corn specialty crops will be of interest. There is a companion report chiefly about corn that can be downloaded at the ageconsearch website.


Issue Date:
2008-03
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/181592
Total Pages:
20




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