Pannage - This is a very specific and limited right which is mainly confined to the Wealden commons of southern England and the New Forest area. It was a grant to an owner of land who kept pigs to go into the woods or the forest to graze his animals on fallen beech mast or acorns. The pigs are not allowed to take mast or acorns off the tree nor is the owner allowed to shake the tree for them. The right is strictly limited and excludes turning pigs onto common land. The 1965 CRA should not include this definition within the register. Pigs are included within the definition of appurtenent rights and should therefore be registered under the right of pasturage.