Pasture House Farm is a family farm of approximately 80 hectares. The main enterprise is a herd of approx 1000 milking goats. This farm is different to most dairy farms as there are approx only about 40 commercial goat herds in the UK. The farm has an ongoing project to restore all the boundaries on the farm to show how they would have looked pre 1940, by planting hedges and trees along the boundaries. A small herd of rare breed Red Poll cattle is also being established to graze the wet pasture land which is being managed to encourage birds such as lapwing, snipe and curlews. Also, as part of a Stewardship Scheme, some flower rich meadows are being re-established, which will supply herb rich hay for the goats.