A 600 acre split farm in the traditional Cotswold hamlet of Doughton ("duck farm") first recorded in 11th century. They farmed dairy and beef cows till 1992. Today half the farm is arable with cash crops including wheat, beans and oilseeds. The remainder is grass (some bordering the river Avon) which produces hay and haylage for polo ponies or is grazed by horses and sheep. Since 2005 the farm is in an Environmental Stewardship scheme specifically to benefit a wide range of birds and small mammals.