The farm comprises of 80 acres of ancient woodland, 200 acres of permanent pasture and around 800 acres is farmed as arable crop growing winter wheat, spring barley, oil seed rape & oats.

It provides a rich natural habitat for a wide variety of animals and insects and strives to maintain its biodiversity by focusing on environmental measures to complement crop production such as encouraging wild flower meadows and field margins.

The farm provides a home for a flock of 150 South Downs & Lleyns ewes that graze on the permanent pasture, with lambing taking place in the spring.

Its woodlands provides a great place to explore, with school groups and the local community enjoying visits, camping & picnics.

The farmyard too provides a rich educational environment for children, and brings alive the story of how the food on their plate is grown.

We are a working farm that seeks to share its resources for others to enjoy.