The organisation has campaigned and lobbied for increased payments for moorland areas which would make a significant difference to those farming in some of the harshest areas of England.
CLA President Henry Robinson said: “This is a victory for the CLA and its upland members. Analysis has shown that farm business incomes in moorland areas will increase significantly if there is an uplift in payments under the implementation of Common Agricultural Policy reform.
“The uplift will improve the fortunes of farmers in moorland areas and boost farm business incomes across a great number of upland farms.”
The CLA President added: “The impact of taking a few pounds per hectare from lowland farmers provides an additional £30 per hectare for farmers in moorland areas. It will make a huge difference to the viability of farms and businesses in the most challenging landscapes.
“Farms in moorland areas have significant environmental, economic and social value and this analysis underlines the need for support to be given to them.
“We welcome the Environment Secretary’s decision. Now farmers in upland areas will have more certainty about the incomes post-2015.”