All aspects of country life are available for study on the Duke of Buccleuch's 11,000-acre Estate. 240 head Friesian dairy herds with milking parlours and 2,000 sheep with a lambing unit. Arable crops include wheat, barley, beans and oilseed rape. Elements of forestry, woodland and arboriculture may be studied alongside wildlife, conservation with visits tailor made for age, range and ability. Classrooms, toilets (including disabled) and a lecture hall with A/V facilities are available. Annual Estate Open Days offer a unique experience for students between the ages of 7 and 14 to study the traditional but modern run estate. Free admission to educational groups for all visits, except the annual Estate Open Days, for which a nominal charge per student is made (£1.00), though no charge for teachers/helpers.