Scope of Study

Whole Health Agriculture (WHAg) is surveying farmers who incorporate non-conventional or alternative approaches into their livestock health management, in order to identify those practices, methods and products which:
  • are used to successfully manage livestock health
  • have the potential to reduce or refine the usage of antibiotics and other synthetic/toxic chemical interventions
  • are worthy of further research, development and/or knowledge transfer to farmers and related professions

As a thank you, you will be entered into a monthly prize draw to win one of three Helios homeopathic remedy kits. 
From initial indications, the survey should take around half an hour so it's a perfect excuse to sit down with a cup of tea, but you do NOT have to complete it in one sitting - you can dip in and out of it as many times as you like. A few of the questions will need you to think about them for a bit longer, but your responses are really important to make your voice heard. You'll need to finish answering each question before you can progress to the next.

Please note; if you are really pushed for time but still want to help us gather this important information, the most critical questions are: 
Questions 1-7, 10, 12, 13, 15 and 16 .
We are not ashamed to beg you to do all of it if you can! However, you must reply to ALL of the questions and complete Q21 to enter the prize draw. Where you have nothing to say to a Q, just put n/a to move on.
How will the results be used?

WHAg will analyse the results and produce a report for publication on our website, in articles, and in presentations. It will also form the basis for wider research involving other countries.

Your participation will guarantee access to the completed report.

Confidentiality & Privacy

Your anonymity and confidentiality are guaranteed. By participating you are agreeing to your data being stored securely in accordance with GDPR (General Data Protection Regs). All responses will be used in aggregate form in order to understand practices, trends and attitudes. NB Any quotations will be non-attributable.

Should you have any queries, please email: