Dissertation Survey


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I am looking for as many people as possible to answer my short questionnaire for my university dissertation.

I am looking at the level of interaction between farmers with sheep flocks and vets in the South West of England, and how these barriers can be removed and interaction can be improved.

I would be incredibly grateful if anybody could take 5 minutes to answer my survey! You do not have to be solely a sheep farmer, you can be an arable farmer with a small sheep flock or a small holder with a small flock - I just want to know your opinion!!

Please also feel free to leave any comments below, even if you are not from the South West I am very interested in your opinion and I can include it in my paper.

Many thanks in advance!



Mid Wales here so I'm no good for your survey but I have to say that our vets (Honddu Vets) are so easy to talk to and are always willing to offer advice. For something they might not have much experience of, they will research for our and their own benefit.

Old Tip

I am in the NW and we have an excellent local vets practice which has a steady stream of newly trained vets who come learn the ropes then move on. It will be a great loss when the older vets retire as they will be so hard to replace

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