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CSF Case Study: Bossington Estate, Stockbridge, Hampshire (AE024)

Bossington Farm forms part of a 1600 Hectare estate at Houghton near Stockbridge. The Estate is located within the catchment of the River Test, a world-renowned classic chalk river system. Agricultural land use within the catchment is predominantly arable, however farming activities at Bossington Estate also include outdoor pigs – 600 breeding sows – and a herd of 200 beef cattle. Crop rotations include grass ley and permanent grass, wheat, barley, oil seed rape, maize, potatoes and beans. For the full case study, please download the PDF from the “Downloads available …” box below.

Background of 25 years of Agri-Environment

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