Cattle grazing consultation for Horses’ Field, Abbots Langley
Three Rivers District Council would like to introduce cattle grazing to Horses’ Field to improve management of the wildflower meadow. This aims to create an enhanced habitat for wildlife, a feature of interest for visitors and reduce maintenance costs. The aim of this public engagement is to confirm whether this proposal has local support.
Take a look at the grazing document (pdf) which explains the current management of Horses’ Field, the benefits of cattle grazing and public access details.
Please let us know if you support the plan the graze the Horses’ Field with cattle. We would welcome your comments on this by Monday 10 February 2020. Details of how to respond to this consultation are included in the grazing document.
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