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You can view / download the full 2018 Cross Compliance guidance here.

Good Agricultural and Environmental Conditions (GAECs)

GAEC 1: Establishment of buffer strips along watercourses

GAEC 2: Water abstraction

GAEC 3: Groundwater

GAEC 4: Providing minimum soil cover

GAEC 5: Minimising soil erosion

GAEC 6: Maintaining the level of organic matter in soil

GAEC 7a: Boundaries

GAEC 7b: Public Rights of Way

GAEC 7c: Trees

GAEC 7d: Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs)

GAEC 7e: Scheduled Monuments

Statutory Management Requirements (SMRs)

SMR 1: Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs)

SMR 2: Wild birds

SMR 3: Habitats and species

SMR 4: Food and feed law

SMR 5: Restrictions on the use of substances having hormonal or thyrostatic action and beta-agonists in farm animals

SMR 6: Pig identification and registration

SMR 7: Cattle identification and registration

SMR 8: Sheep and goat identification

SMR 9: Prevention and control of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs)

SMR 10: Plant Protection Products (PPPs)

SMR 11: Welfare of calves

SMR 12: Welfare of pigs

SMR 13: Animal welfare

Latest News

Published Guidance on the Hot and Dry Weather Conditions in England and Wales

With the recent drought tormenting the UK there has been guidance related to cross compliance and other schemes published to outline the ways the government are supporting the industry in this time of crisis.

Welsh Grants aimed at improving water quality and locking in carbon

There are a series of capital grants available under the Glastir Small Grants Scheme, which provides money for farmers and landowners to boost their land’s environmental benefits.

Countryside Productivity Scheme

DEFRA launch the Countryside Productivity Scheme to claim up to 40% of eligible equipment and machinery.

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