Pickett How is located on the edge of Egremont; the farm is a mix of pasture land and arable and incorporates woodland and wetland. The farm has a flock of lowland sheep which incorporates various breeds including North Country Mules and Texels. The suckler cow herd currently running at 60 strong is a mix or Aberdeen Angus and Limousins; there are also a few free range chickens and 6 pigs. Pickett How also operates as a wintering farm for Wasdale Head its sister farm and during winter months accommodates both Herdwick sheep and Galloway Cattle. The farm also produces the majority of winter feed for both farms, growing barley, maize and producing up to 100 acres of grass silage. There is also a farm shop.