A Stockless arable farm converted to organic production in 1999. Situated at the head of the river Hull Valley, the farm is divided by Foston Beck which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Crops produced include beans and cereals for milling, including spring wheat, spelt wheat and naked oats. A bakery was established on the farm in 2004, using traditional milling and bakery skills, cooking in a wood fired oven. A juicer was built in 2006 to utilise apples from a newly planted orchard of traditional varieties. Many species have benefited from the organic management, owls, herons, water voles and otter.