Find out about eligibility and requirements for the upland livestock exclusion supplement.
£16 per hectare (ha).
Available for Higher Tier
It will improve habitat and feature conditions.
If successful there will be:
Agreement holders are likely to need to:
Agreement holders will need to keep the following records and supply them on request:
Applicants will have to send the following with their application:
The detailed requirements for this supplement will be tailored to the Higher Tier site. Applicants should discuss and agree these requirements with their adviser.
This supplement can be located on the same area as the following options and supplements:
The following section gives advice on carrying out this supplement successfully but does not form part of the requirements for this supplement.
Natural England should agree that habitats and other features on this site will improve more quickly than under the current or common practice.
The supplement might finish before the end of the agreement if it is used for a period of restoration.
Livestock exclusions will usually be done in winter, but some habitats are different.
Be aware of exceptions, which include removing livestock:
Consider erecting temporary or permanent fencing if this is a part-parcel supplement, as it helps when removing stock from parts of grazing units.
See the Higher Tier manual to find out more about the scheme and how to apply.
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