§ 122. Mr. J. Morrison
asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what acreage of land in the possession of the Forestry Commission is directly farmed by the State and is unlet; and what head of stock both sheep and cattle is carried on this land to the nearest convenient date, compared with 1st January, 1946.
§ Mr. T. Fraser
At 30th September, 1950, 33,188 acres were being temporarily farmed by the Commission pending planting and carried a stock of 10,330 sheep and 76 cattle. On 1st January, 1946, the comparative figures were 29,223 acres, 11,199 sheep and 110 cattle. All this land is in Scotland.