The farm is situated on a rolling glacial drift and is all grass except for an acre of mixed vegetables, flowers and herbs which are grown organically, but beef rearing is the main enterprise. Some silage is made but the main crop is hay and the grassland varies from medium term leys to permanent pasture; some of which is semi-improved. There are quite a number of marl pits around the farm. Some of the land is on part of a once large mire, Bagmore, which was drained in the last century; this land is now peat overlying sand. Part of it is classed as fin; some is unimproved and semi-improved meadow and there is an area of marsh alder wood fed by springs.