The Marshfield Clinic Research Institute surveyed 300 farmers in central Wisconsin to gain perspective on mental health. The study found farmers are more receptive to receiving mental health information from licensed medical providers and their inner-circle of family and friends. The respondents were less receptive to receiving information from attorneys, bankers and commodity groups. The study also found farmers prefer to discuss these issues on a face-to-face basis, rather than through an online webinar or social media.
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