University Research- Livestock Management Brexit

Peter Gittins

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Hello All,

I am looking for a number of participants to interview for my dissertation.

I am a Business Management Student looking at how Brexit is impacting Livestock Managers within the Region of the North-West. In particularly looking into how a change to the CAP may affect farmers within this region.

I am looking for around 4 or 5 people to interview. I have around 12 questions to ask and will take around 15 minutes to answer.

We can conduct the interview via Inbox on this site, or Facebook, Email, or over the Phone. Which ever is easiest for you.

If you are a Livestock Manager, within the region of North-West England, please comment/or send me a direct message to be part of this research. It really means a lot to me.

Best Regards,
Peter.
 

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