Participate in Farm Bureau’s Survey on Ag Labor

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The California Farm Bureau Federation, in collaboration with UC Davis, is conducting their third Ag Labor Scarcity survey.

The survey will be open through Tuesday, February 5. It takes about 10 minutes to complete. 

The purpose of the survey is to collect information about how farmers are adapting to reduced farmworker availability, which will be used for a statistical study. The statistical study will be used to inform farmers, leaders, and other interested parties about how these issues are affecting farmers in California.

Your responses will remain anonymous, confidential, and will be grouped together with everyone else’s for the analysis.

For any questions or issues, please feel free to contact directly.



Sara Neagu-Reed is associate director, Federal Policy, for the California Farm Bureau Federation. California Farm Bureau Federation is a nonprofit organization of farmers and ranchers committed to improving the well-being and quality of life for California farmers and ranchers through advocacy, ongoing outreach, and economic services and products for those involved in agricultural production.