Conservation grazing

Legacy Grazing offers a bespoke service to sites where grazing is required to help conserve wildlife, historic or landscape interest. Working collaboratively with the land manager, we provide a tailor-made grazing regime ensuring the right number of livestock are present on site at the right times.

We adopt an evidence-based approach with monitoring integral to our success. Combining state of the art GPS technology - to track stock movements - with ecological and livestock expertise to ensure habitats and cattle welfare are both in top condition. 

We currently graze 19 sites covering 900 hectares of land for partners including Essex County Council, Basildon Borough Council, Chelmsford City County, Colchester Borough Council, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Essex Wildlife Trust, Essex & Suffolk Water, Lea Valley Regional Park and Natural England. We are particularly adept at grazing land with open public access, supplying heritage grazing to a number of high-profile sites including Hylands Park and the Hadleigh Park Olympics Legacy.

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Legacy Grazing has livestock grazing various sites across the region. If you are a landowner or farmer interested in using our service, please complete the short form below and we'll be in touch.

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