Animal Well-being in South Dakota: Survey closes June 30th Back »

The SDSU Extension team is conducting a survey to investigate questions about the current level of care being offered to animals and the perceptions people have about animal well-being in South Dakota. The goal of the survey is to gain understanding about the current perceptions of animal well-being in South Dakota, with an emphasis on horses. As the study continues, additional information on other livestock species may be collected.

Make your voice heard by taking the time to complete the survey before it closes on June 30th.

Who should complete the survey?

Anyone of any age who participates in horse events, owns or manages horses, works in the horse industry, or simply enjoys being a spectator of horse events. All responses will remain confidential.

How to complete the survey?

The survey can be completed online. Follow the directions and when all questions are complete, click submit. If you are uncomfortable completing the survey online, a paper version with return envelope can be mailed to you by simply contacting Heidi Carroll.

More Information

For more information, please contact Heidi Carroll, SDSU Livestock Stewardship Extension Associate.

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