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free from omissions
free from errors
suitable for your use
nor as advice.
Your situation is different from anyone else's. Make informed decisions and if necessary get advice
|Accessible by|| Likely highest level of sustainable use |
- depending on soil type and slope
|Family car||Frequent tillage - vegetables, cereals etc|
|Two-wheel drive farm utility or pickup truck||Grazing of high production animals for meat or dairy with maybe occasional tillage|
| Four-wheel drive vehicle (SUV)
not a pavement cruiser nor a quad bike
| Timber |
Four-wheel drive quad bike or hill tractor
Or by looking at an aerial photo,
from an aircraft or
| Some forms of grazing as long as it is in tune with the land's needs. |
Some native or introduced plants that can be hand harvested for flowers, foliage, fruit or nuts.
Bees can get excellent forage where even the gamest horse and rider baulk.
Otherwise this land may be suited only to non-agricultural uses such as native vegetation for buffers, for wildlife or for its intrinsic beauty. And this will improve its appeal for:
Farm tourism for more active visitors interested in activities such as walking, hunting, birdwatching, picnics, camping, mountain biking, orienteering and extreme sports.
Note, on some land, in some situations, this can also be ideal land for certain terraced crops such as upland rice, orchards and even timber, if access for harvest etc suits the available equipment.