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Permalink University of Minnesota Conducting Organic Swine Survey

The University of Minnesota's Alternative Swine Research Group is launching its NIFA-funded Organic Swine Planning Project with a survey to identify key issues that need to be addressed in organic swine production. The online survey takes less than five minutes, and is designed to identify people who are involved or interested in organic swine production, processing, marketing, research, and extension. This survey will be used to identify potential speakers for seminars and focus group members to discuss the key issues in organic swine production.

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