As someone who uses the SCOPS website, we would like to ask some questions to help SCOPS further develop and improve the site for the future. Your time is very much appreciated.

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* 1. Who are you?

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* 2. How did you get to the website today?

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* 3. How many time have you visited the SCOPS website in the last 12 months?

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* 4. What topic were you coming to the website for? (Please select all that apply)

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* 5. Did you find what you were looking for?

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* 6. How useful did you find the site?

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* 7. Either on this visit or a previous visit, how useful have your found the SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast on the website?

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* 8. Which sections of the SCOPS Nematodirus Forecast have you ever used ( Please select all that apply)

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* 9. Does the SCOS Nematodirus Forecast influence your approach to the nematodirus parasite?

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* 10. Do you have any comments or suggestions to further improve the service?

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* 11. How easy to use is the SCOPS website?

  Extremely easy Very easy  Somewhat easy Not really easy Not easy at all
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* 12. How could we improve the website for users? (Please select all that apply)

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* 13. How would you rate anthelmintic resistance as a threat to your ability to farm sheep in the future?

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* 14. How well do you understand the SCOPS guidelines for sustainable worm control?

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* 15. Do you know the anthelmintic resistance status on your farm? (Click all that apply)

  Resistance status unknown No known resistance Resistant
1 - BZ (White)
2 - LV ( Yellow)
3 - ML ( Clear)
4 - AD ( Orange)
5 - SI ( Purple)

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* 16. What changes to your worming policy have you adopted in the last five years?

  Fully adopted Partially adopted but could do more Tried and not comfortable Not tried Never thought about it Too difficult to implement
Changed wormer group as a result of testing for anthelmintic resistance
Check my drenching is always accurate (calibrate equipment and check dose to weight)
Chosen the anthelmintic product more carefully
Reduced the number of treatments given to ewes
Given incoming sheep quarantine treatments including a group 4-AD (orange) or 5-SI (purple) wormer
Used faecal egg counts to determine the need to treat lambs
Reduced my dependence on anthelmintics – for example through grazing management
Reviewed my worm control by taking regular advice from my vet, SQP or other adviser
Adopted a policy of leaving some sheep in a mob untreated when worming

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* 17. Do you have any other comments about the SCOPS website?

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