Survey Help Needed: Voles in Cover Crop Agriculture


Aerial view of vole damage. (Photo Credit: Nicholoson Consulting)

Aerial view of vole damage. (Photo Credit: Nicholoson Consulting)

Aerial view of vole damage.
(Photo Credit: Nicholoson Consulting)

A graduate student at Purdue University is researching attributes of cover-cropped fields and farming practices that are associated with the presence of voles. She is looking for farmers who planted fields to cover crops in the fall of 2015 and soybeans the following spring. Participating farmers will be asked to identify qualifying fields, and take a short, 10 to 15-question survey about their farming methods for each field. If you have fields which meet the stated requirements and are willing to share your information, please contact Abby Prieur at

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