Feedback from participants in Extension programs is often favorable. However, some of these participants do not adopt the management changes recommended through a specific Extension program. The evaluation reported here assessed producer adoption of management recommendations from the Mississippi Farm to Feedlot Program. This program facilitates cattle finishing and carcass data collection and then assists beef cattle producers in interpreting and using this information to make needed management changes. Farm-level and aggregate results reveal areas where improvements are needed and document the rate of adoption of recommendations. This can help Extension professionals modify programming efforts to improve program impact.
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Parish, J. A., & Smith, T. (2012). Performance-Based Evaluation of a Beef Cattle Retained Ownership Extension Program. The Journal of Extension, 50(1), Article 33. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss1/33