U-M Seeks Farmer Input On Alfalfa Winterkill Survey

U-M and U-W would like farmers who raise alfalfa to complete a 12-question survey by Friday, June 13.

Published on: May 21, 2013

The University of Minnesota and Wisconsin Forage Teams are collaboratively working to better understand the scope, severity and causes of this year's alfalfa winter injury that has been reported throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin.

University researchers are asking all Minnesota and Wisconsin alfalfa and other forage producers to complete a brief 12-question survey by Friday, June 13.

The survey is at: www.surveymonkey.com/s/alfalfainjury2013

Respondents are asked to answer all questions, then select "done" to record answers.

One survey per farm is sufficient.

Researchers share the summarized survey results at future Minnesota and Wisconsin forage programs.

U-M Seeks Farmer Input On Alfalfa Winterkill Survey
U-M Seeks Farmer Input On Alfalfa Winterkill Survey

If you have questions, please contact the Minnesota Forage Team, Krishona Martinson, University of Minnesota, Department of Animal Science, 612-625-6776.