The Leen is a 400 acre family run organic farm in the Arrow Valley, North Herefordshire. 500 cows are milked through a modern rotary parlour. Breeding is primarily Friesian with a few Ayrshire, Shorthorn, Montbelliarde, Brown Swiss and Jersey cows too. Around 3 million litres of milk are produced annually. Over 100 acres of organic vegetables are grown, with carrots, leeks and broccoli amongst the main crops. The farm is rich in ecological and archaeological interest. The Scheduled ancient monument the Rowe Ditch runs through the farm which is also home to Moseley Common SSSI, designated for its diverse flora.