Macra na Feirme is seeking the views of those who live and farm in rural Ireland as part of their annual survey which will inform future policy work of the organisation.
For the first time, Macra is also asking the opinions of young non-farmers living in rural Ireland and how they view themselves, their community and their future.
The survey will be employed in the creation of policy and lobby objectives to improve the lives of young people in farming and other rural industries.
It should take less than six minutes to complete and deals with topics such as rural broadband, transport and on-farm investment.
To participate, click here.
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