Commoners sheep and cattle are normally grazed on the South Chase between April and mid-November. The animals are not fenced in and are free to roam. The Crowborough Road between Duddleswell and Nutley crosses the South Chase so animals will be on this road at times.

In the spring/summer a number of enclosures are erected on the Forest which are used for grazing the Conservators' livestock - Hebridean sheep, Riggit Galloway Cattle and Exmoor Ponies. The enclosures which are in use change throughout the year. Please contact the office if you require further information about the enclosures.

 

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