Beer Mill Farm lies east of the A388 and covers approximately 52 h/a with road access at both ends. It covers a great variety of wildlife habitat including a county wildlife site of culm grassland, mixed pasture, scrub, broad-leaved ancient woodland, medieval hedgerows and new woodland planting, quarry and wetland habitats including several ponds and streams. The entire farm is managed for the benefit of wildlife with controlled grazing by sheep, cattle and horses. Hay is harvested late in order to allow wild flowers to set seed. No pesticides or chemical fertilisers are added to the land, slowly allowing the biodiversity of wildlife to flourish.