Farmer, Agent, and Specialist Perspectives on Preferences for Learning Among Today's Farmers
Few studies have examined the types of educational delivery methods preferred by farmers (Eckert & Bell, 2005; Eckert & Bell, 2006). The research project reported here explored the preferred learning methods of farmers in Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia. Data on learning methods collected directly from farmers were compared with preferred teaching methods of Extension agents and specialists. The findings should shape agent and specialist perspectives on appropriate educational delivery methods when educating farmers and working towards farmer adoption of new practices.
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Franz, N. K., Piercy, F., Donaldson, J., & Westbrook, J. (2010). Farmer, Agent, and Specialist Perspectives on Preferences for Learning Among Today's Farmers. The Journal of Extension, 48(3), Article 16. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.48.03.16