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The Agricultural Holdings (Units of Production) Order 1988

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SCHEDULEPRESCRIBED UNITS OF PRODUCTION AND DETERMINATION OF NET ANNUAL INCOME

Column 1Column 2Column 3
Farming useUnit of productionNet annual income from unit of production
£

1.  Livestock

  • Dairy cows:

  • Channel Islands breeds

cow152
  • Other breeds

cow195
  • Beef breeding cows:

    • On eligible land under the Hill Livestock (CompensatoryAllowances) Regulations 1984((1))which is—

      • severely disadvantaged land or disadvantaged land

cow57
  • On other land

cow20
  • Beef fattening cattle (intensive)

head32(2)
  • Dairy replacements

head50(2)
  • Other cattle

head32(2)
  • Calves fattened for veal

head18
  • Ewes:

    • On eligible land under the Hill Livestock (Compensatory Allowances) Regulations 1984 which is—

      • severely disadvantaged land ordisadvantaged land

ewe7
  • On other land

ewe8
  • Store lambs (including ewe lambs sold as shearlings)

head1·80
  • Goats (Dairy)

goat68
  • Pigs:

    • Sows and gilts in pig

sow or gilt65
  • Porker

head3
  • Cutter

head4·50
  • Bacon

head5·50
  • Poultry:

  • Laying hens

bird1·20
  • Broilers

bird0·14
  • Capons

bird0·70
  • Point-of-lay pullets

bird0·25
  • Turkeys

bird0·90
  • Ducks

bird0·38
  • Rabbits

doe10

2.  Farm arable crops

  • Barley

hectare89
  • Beans or peas—stockfeed

hectare111
  • Herbage seed

hectare120
  • Linseed

hectare90
  • Mixed corn

hectare60
  • Oats

hectare82
  • Oilseed rape

hectare131
  • other oilseeds

hectare70
  • Peas:

    • Dried

hectare111
  • Vining

hectare140
  • Potatoes:

  • First early

hectare450
  • Maincrop (including seed)

hectare510
  • Rye

hectare85
  • Sugar Beet

hectare205
  • Wheat

hectare115

3.  Outdoor horticultural crops

  • Asparagus

hectare1241
  • Beans:

    • Broad

hectare325
  • French

hectare250
  • Runner

hectare2100
  • Beetroot

hectare890
  • Brussels sprouts

hectare880
  • Cabbage, Savoys and sprouting

broccolihectare880
  • Carrots

hectare1025
  • Cauliflower and winter broccoli

hectare990
  • Celery

hectare3900
  • Leeks

hectare1970
  • Lettuce

hectare2200
  • Nursery stock:

    • Container grown

1000 square metres4300
  • Field grown

hectare4600
  • Onions:

    • Dry bulb

hectare1000
  • Salad

hectare3000
  • Outdoor bulbs

hectare1400
  • Parsnips

hectare890
  • Rhubarb—natural

hectare2450
  • Turnips and swedes

hectare400
  • Watercress

1000 square metres2150

4.  Protected crops

  • Single crop cycle:

    • Heated ornamentals

1000 square metres7400
  • Fully heated vegetable (approximately 22°C lift in temperature)

1000 square metres4650
  • Forced narcissus

1000 square metres3000
  • Forced tulips

1000 square metres4600
  • Mushrooms

1000 square metres6200
  • Crop sequences:

    • Heated (approximately 18°C lift in temperature)

1000 square metres3250
  • Heat assisted (approximately 8°C lift in temperature)

1000 square metres2500
  • Unheated

1000 square metres1900

5.  Orchard fruit

  • Apples

    • Cider

hectare145
  • Cooking

hectare412
  • Dessert

hectare425
  • Cherries

hectare360
  • Pears

hectare424
  • Plums

hectare260

6.  Soft fruit

  • Blackcurrants

hectare680
  • Gooseberries

hectare861
  • Raspberries

hectare2300
  • Strawberries

hectare2425

7.  Miscellaneous

  • Bees

colony12
  • Deer

breeding hind15
  • Hops

hectare700
  • Trout—for table

tonne300
  • Vines

hectare350
(1)

S.I. 1984/2024, to which there are amendments not relevant to this Order.

(2)

This amount relates to an animal (irrespective of age) which would be kept for 12 months. In the case of an animal which would be kept for less than 12 months a pro-rata adjustment of the amount is to be made.

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