Technology Adoption Survey for Cotton Producers

Julian Marie Worley, a Ph.D. student from Agricultural and Applied Economic Department at the University of Georgia working with Prof. Jeffrey Dorfman, is conducting a survey with cotton and cattle producers in Georgia. If you are a cotton farmer in Georgia, please consider participating in the following survey. This survey will ask you to provide information about your risk attitudes, your perception of climate change, and your willingness to adopt different production technologies with respect to your farm.

If you would like to participate, please click the following link

All information collected will be confidential and will strive to keep the chances of personal identification from the data to a minimum. The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete, and you are free to stop at any time.

Your participation would aid Julian in completing her research and degree as well as helping UGA develop educational materials to help Georgia farmers on how best to adapt to climate change.  If you have additional questions, please feel free to email Julian Marie Worley at

To thank you for your participation, you will be eligible to enter into a raffle for one of ten UGA dog stress balls. If you would like to enter into the raffle without taking the survey, please email your name to

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