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Scottish Bovine Viral Diarrhoea eradication scheme: consultation on phase five responses

Published: 24 Jan 2018
Directorate:
Agriculture and Rural Economy Directorate
Part of:
Farming and rural, Research
ISBN:
9781788515740

Analysis of responses to the Scottish Government's public consultation on phase five of the Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) eradication scheme.

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33 page PDF

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Scottish Bovine Viral Diarrhoea eradication scheme: consultation on phase five responses
Consultation responses

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Consultation responses

The consultation opened on 21 August 2017 and closed on 6 November 2017. 70 responses were received from organisations and individuals. Figure 1 shows a breakdown of the number of responses received by respondent type. A full list of respondents is in Annex A .

Figure 1: Respondents by type

Type of respondent Number
By organisation:
Industry representative bodies 11
Local Authorities 6
Private businesses 5
Private Veterinary Surgeons 24
Total responding from organisations 46
Total responding as individuals 24
Grand total 70

Responses to the consultation were encouraged via Citizen Space, an online portal, which nearly all respondents used. A few respondents submitted their responses by email or in hard copy. All responses were combined onto one Excel spread sheet in order to undertake the analysis.

Where the respondent gave permission to publish, their original response can be found on the Scottish Government's website at:

https://consult.gov.scot/animal-health-and-welfare/the-bovine-viral-diarrhoea-scotland-order-2018/consultation/published_select_respondent

Analysis of responses

The analysis of the responses is presented in the same order as the eight proposals listed in the consultation document. The consultation posed 29 questions, most containing yes/no questions with the option to add comments into a free text box.

The analysis is based on the views of those who responded to the consultation and is not necessarily representative of the wider population.


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