Farmers' willingness to participate in energy audits of their poultry operations is influenced by a variety of farm characteristics and farmer demographics. Data from a 2008 survey of Tennessee poultry farmers were used in a logit regression to investigate factors influencing willingness to participate in energy audits. Size of operation, energy costs, use of propane, farm income, use of energy efficiency measures, and share of acreage in row crops influenced willingness to participate. Farmer demographics, including farming experience, educational attainment and use of Extension services, also influenced willingness to participate.
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Jensen, K. L., Roberts, R. K., & English, B. C. (2012). Poultry Farmers' Willingness to Participate in Energy Audits. The Journal of Extension, 50(6), Article 26. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss6/26