Friday, May 06, 2016

Project looking to interview farmers and ranchers in 10 states about health care and insurance

A project called Health Insurance, Rural Economic Development and Agriculture (HIREDnAg), wants to interview 120 farmers and ranchers in California, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Utah, Vermont and Washington about their experiences with health care. Participants will be paid $200 and be asked how health insurance influences the quality of their life and farm business. For more information contact Jon Bailey, Center for Rural Affairs representative, at, or Katlyn Morris, project coordinator, at, or 802-656-0257. (Read more(HIREDnAG graphic: States in study)

No comments: