Respondents in a 1979 survey of Iowa farm operators were divided in their attitudes on several land use planning issues, including whether or not government should undertake land use planning, what levels of government might be most appropriately involved in different planning activities, and the attractiveness of various programs for reducing the conversion of agricultural land to nonfarm uses. Presumably, respondents' attitudes on land use planning would correlate with some of their background and situational characteristics, specifically age, education, income and farm size.
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Iowa's right-to-farm law.
An Iowa state-level right-to-farm law that applies to feedlots.