A portion of the North Dakota Beef Industry Survey was developed to determine how educational programs can evolve to meet future needs of North Dakota beef producers. Of the 2,500 surveys mailed out to beef producers, 527 responses were completed and returned. Results highlight the level of education of North Dakota beef producers, anticipated use of technology in the next 1 to 5 years, educational meeting attendance, and preferred methods of receiving educational programming. Future programming efforts should be developed and delivered using a multi-faceted approach to ensure acceptance and utilization by producers with varying degrees of technology reliance.
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Dahlen, C. R., Hadrich, J. C., & Lardy, G. P. (2014). The North Dakota Beef Industry Survey: Implications for Extension. The Journal of Extension, 52(6), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss6/12