PF22 - Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme claim form

Date published: 18 March, 2022

Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme application form (PDF 382KB)

Use this form to claim for ewe hoggs born in sheep flocks maintained on land designated as Payment Region Three.

Online Submission

Using our online service is the easiest and quickest way to submit your claim.

This can also help to avoid simple errors, such as claiming for an animal twice or entering an eartag in the wrong format.

Please see the guide to online SUSSS submission which shows you how to use the online Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme (SUSSS) application form to submit your claim.

You can find contact details for each office in our Contact Us section, which also offers the facility to book an appointment to help with online submission of your claim. Our staff can help you get online and can discuss what support is available. Even if you have no access to the internet, you may be able to make use of computers in your local area office. Please note, we have:

  • an online appointment booking service which allows you to book a face to face appointment with a member of our team, or alternatively you can call you local area office to book your appointment. You can use this time to learn about Rural Payments and Services or talk about any other issues relating to your business.
  • public-use computers available for you to use free-of-charge to log-in to Rural Payments and Services to complete applications, update your personal details or manage a business.
Paper Submission

You can also claim by post using a Scottish Upland Sheep Support Scheme claim form. If you choose this option the form must be fully completed, along with the details of each animal's identification number, and sent to your local RPID area office.

If you require assistance please contact your local area office for support with your application.

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