Cash Rents Survey will begin in Colorado soon
The Colorado office of USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will begin contacting state farmers and ranchers to participate in the Cash Rents Survey. The results will be used to develop and administer programs that benefit the state’s agricultural producers and rural communities.
To collect data, the statistics service will mail survey forms to some producers and will contact others by telephone as part of its routine livestock and crop surveys.
For more information, call the Colorado office at (800) 392-3202. All reports are available at http://www.nass.usda.gov.
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