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Notional livestock density shall be calculated as follows—
“A” is the number, expressed in livestock units, of relevant animals on the claimant’s qualifying forage area;
“B” is the number of livestock units grazed on so much of the claimant’s qualifying forage area as does not fall within a less favoured area (“non-LFA land”) and, for this purpose, any non-LFA land other than common land shall be treated as being grazed by 1.8 livestock units per hectare and any non-LFA land which is common land shall be treated as being grazed by 1.0 livestock units per hectare;
“C” is the claimant’s eligible forage area expressed in hectares;
“NLD” is the notional livestock density on the claimant’s eligible forage area.
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