ADAS and University of Bristol are trying to get a better understanding of the level of sheep scab in England and Wales
ADAS and University of Bristol are trying to get a better understanding of the level of sheep scab in England and Wales, with the purpose of gathering information that will help in the possible development of co-ordinated control campaigns. If you could take a few minutes of your time to complete the questionnaire below it would be much appreciated.
The information you provide through this survey will be crucial in helping to develop understanding of the current situation regarding sheep scab and other skin parasites. We understand that scab might not be a problem on your farm or in your area; but we will be extremely grateful if you could please complete the questionnaire and return it as soon as possible (by 20 April at the latest) using the freepost address provided/email address.
All information you supply will be treated as strictly confidential. Your details will not be used outside the purposes of this survey, nor will they be passed on to third parties. If you would like further details on this survey or to receive the results of this sheep scab project, please do not hesitate to contact us using the details shown below.
If you have received this questionnaire from another source please do not complete it again.
Professor Richard Wall,
Veterinary Parasitology & Ecology Group
School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, Woodland Road, Bristol BS8 1UG, U.K
Please return the completed questionnaire to the freepost address below.
National Agricultural Centre,