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Equine Best Management Practices Survey

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We need your help! We are looking to contact as many New Jersey Equine Farm Owners & Managers as possible for an important survey.

If you fall into either of these categories please fill out the survey below, and no matter what please forward this email to anyone you know that owns or manages an equine farm in New Jersey.

The Rutgers University Department of Animal Science and cooperating faculty members are working on a project to better understand how equine operations in New Jersey make decisions about things that affect the environment, such as managing animal waste and maintaining pastures.

As part of this project, we are conducting a survey of equine managers and equine experts in New Jersey. The goal of this survey is to find out what people involved with equine operations think about a range of environmental practices.

Below is the link to take the survey when you have about 15 min of time. Please make sure to only take the survey once per farm but forward the email to other farm owners/managers you might know.

https://go.rutgers.edu/EBMPSurvey2020

If you have any questions about this project, please e-mail or call Mike Westendorf, who is one of the project directors and an extension specialist at Rutgers. You can get in touch with Mike using the contact information below.

Thank you for your consideration of this project.

Sincerely,

Mike Westendorf
Extension Specialist and Professor of Animal Sciences
michael.westendorf@rutgers.edu
848-932-9408

Carey Williams
Equine Extension Specialist and Professor of Animal Sciences
carey.williams@rutgers.edu

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