The National Pork Board is asking pork producers what issues they think will have the greatest impact over the next few years. Questions include how should the NPB use your pork checkoff investment.
By clicking on the link below, you can participate in a nationwide survey to help NPB respond to those questions. The survey, which takes only a few minutes to complete, is part of an effort by the board to get broad-based producer input in creating a new strategic plan for the organization.
The objective of the planning process is to find new solutions to the economic, social, and scientific challenges facing the pork industry, said Chris Novak, NPB chief executive. The survey, together with three regional producers meetings, are designed to ensure the plan is focused on critical day-to-day needs of pork producers.
During 2010, the NPB will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the creation of the National Pork Checkoff.
The survey questions allow producers to identify and prioritize the issues they believe are important. There is room at the end of the survey for producers to add specific comments.
Deadline for completing the survey is Friday, August 21.