Farmland in Welsh hills(c) WestEnd61/Rex
Farmers are to get a second chance to apply for the upper tier of Wales’ agri-environment land management scheme. The original deadline for submitting applications for the scheme – Glastir Advanced – closed on 29 October last year. But regulations that defined Wales’ Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) regions were quashed after a group of farmers successfully argued that intended support rates to moorland regions were unfair. That move has forced the Welsh government to establish a new application period and […]
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