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* 1. Where do you grow the majority of your soybean crop?

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* 2. How many acres of soybeans do you grow?  (current acreage)

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* 3. In addition to soybeans, what other crops do you raise?  

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* 4. Of the soybeans you plant on your farm, are any for a premium-based market?

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* 5. What type of value-added soybeans do you plant?

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* 6. Have you ever considered planting high oleic varieties?

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* 7. How much do each of the following factors influence your consideration of premium soybean options on your farm?

  No influence at all Not much influence Neither does or doesn't Some influence Considerable influence
A ready market for my soybeans
Direct contract with end user
On-farm storage capacity
Seed sales representative recommendations
Premium product fits my management plan
Familiarity with raising premium crops
Premium price I am paid

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* 8. What factors concern you most about premium contract opportunities?

  Not considered Not much consideration I consider it some Strong consideration Very high consideration
Premium not high enough
Seed availability
Yield potential with specialty seed
Not comfortable with production protocols
Contamination from neighboring fields
Storage/transportation issues
No viable market nearby
Would impact my rotational or agronomic strategy

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* 9. What premium per bushel produced would make you consider growing High Oleic soybeans?  (please list a specific price per bushel)

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* 10. Is an average premium of $0.60-$0.80/bushel for high oleic soybeans enough to make you consider growing them in 2021?

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* 11. If the premium paid is more than $0.80/bushel, and you could save money on input costs, how likely would you be to alter your total corn acres in favor of high oleic soybeans?

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* 12. Please rate the trust you have in the following information resources for farm decision making.

  Not at all trusted Not much trust Average trust Considerable trust Most trusted 
Input supplier/retailer
Independent crop consultant
Peer or neighbor
Seed retailer
Seed company agronomist
Banker/lender
Ag media
University Extension
Commodity groups
Grain merchant/elevator operator
Company/manufacturer representative

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* 13. How likely are you to access information from the following sources to assist you in making management decisions?

  Not at all likely Not probable Neither likely nor unlikely Probably will access Extremely likely
Print magazines
Digital newsletters
Internet searches of manufacturers
University websites
Podcasts
Webinars/e-learning
Input supplier websites
One-on-one meetings with sales reps
Company-sponsored meetings
Local seed supplier meetings

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* 14. For timing of your seed purchase decisions, what is the primary driver?

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* 15. Which of the below best describes when you’ll make your 2021 planting decisions?

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