Coham farm consists of 40-hectares of which 15 ha is arable with the remainder permanent pasture. There is historic parkland, hedgebanks and hedgerows and the whole site contains an abundance of wild flora and fauna with several grass species in semi improved meadows. As well as Lady's smock, red campion and buttercups there is a large variety of insect life. River birds and otters can be seen on the Torridge, including dippers, kingfishers and herons. Some farmland birds such as skylark, linnet and yellowhammer can be seen as well as owls and woodpeckers. The Coham family has lived and farmed here for over 500 years and the present generation pursues a policy of conservation and restoration with a determination to maintain this unspoilt part of Devon and its wilderness.