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Introduction

Trunorth Strategies is conducting a Feasibility Study for the Town of Peace River on the development of a Meat Processing Plant in the Peace Country.  The questions in this short survey are designed to help better understand the livestock industry in the Peace Country.

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* 1. Where is your farming operation located?

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* 2. What type of livestock do you raise on your farm for future sale?  Please select all that apply.

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* 3. How large is your cattle herd?  Please choose one answer.

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* 4. On average, how many head of cattle do you ship to market every year? Please choose one answer.

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* 5. Where do you ship your cattle to?  Select all that apply.  Please add your comments to the Comments box.

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* 6. How large is your hog operation?  Please choose one answer.

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* 7. On average, how many hogs do you ship to market every year? Please choose one answer.

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* 8. Where do you ship your hogs to?  Select all that apply.  Please add your comments to the Comments box.

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* 9. If a Meat Processing Plant were to be built in the Peace Country, where should it be located?  Please select one.

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* 10. If a Meat Processing Plant was located in the Peace Country, would you consider increasing the size of your cattle and/or hog operation?  Please add your comments in the Comments box.

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* 11. If you were to increase the size of your cattle or hog operation, what resources would you need?   Check all that apply.  Please add your comments in the Comment box.

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* 12. As a livestock producer, would you be interested in the co-op ownership of a meat processing plant in the Peace Country?  Please add your comments in the Comment Box.

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* 13. What is the ONE thing you feel is most important to the success of a meat processing plant in the Peace Country?

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* 14. Thank you very much for participating in this survey.  If you have any additional thoughts about a meat processing plant in the Peace Country, please comment below.

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