No, many hill farms are now fudged. Those whos farm incomes are highly dependent on BPS need to start taking the challenge ahead very seriously. We are not only loosing BPS but the doors are now open to free trade imports from the globe. Beef and lamb will happily flood in from elsewhere at the right price. Whilst we may see a small domestic price increase the reality is cost of production is much lower in other parts of the world and availability of imports will restrict any price rises to levels well short of replacing BPS. Lets also remember that the retail price of lamb and to a lesser extent beef, is already at the upper range of what consumers will pay when a family sized chicken can be found for £4.What happens in 2028 when fertiliser and feed will be 350£a ton, are sheep going to be 150 and cattle 2 grand, they'll need to be. Or are hill place going to get 100£a hectare for permanent pasture and wetlands, moss.