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Sm@rt Survey

Sm@RT - Sm@ll Ruminant Technology - Precision Livestock Farming and Digital Technologies for small ruminants

Smart innovations to improve the small ruminant sector


Dear Sir/Madam,

The objective of this survey is to obtain and assess the opinion and needs of sheep and goats farmers, advisors and other stakeholders regarding on-farm technology use and uptake.

We would appreciate if you could devote approximately 20 minutes to complete this survey.

This survey is the first step of the Sm@RT project, which is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement N° 101000471) and aims to develop a long-term, self-sustainable international network to encourage the use of precision livestock farming and digital technologies across the sheep and goats sectors. The network will stimulate knowledge exchange and cross-fertilisation amongst a wide range of stakeholders, and will draw upon the valuable input and knowledge of farmers to farmers, to help increase uptake across the industry.

There are no right or wrong answers; it is your opinion we are seeking in this survey.

This project is coordinated by SRUC (UK), with the collaboration of other R&D centres and organisations from France, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, UK, Norway, and Israel.

If you wish further information, please contact:

Claire Morgan-Davies (claire.morgan-davies@sruc.ac.uk) or Ann McLaren (ann.mclaren@sruc.ac.uk) for the UK


Tim Keady (tim.keady@teagasc.ie) for Ireland.


Your participation in this project study is strictly voluntary. Participant’s individual data will not be made public. The information gathered will remain confidential and will not be used for other objectives beyond those specific to the Sm@RT project. The global results of this survey will be available publicly but remain anonymous.

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