Glebe Farm is just over 80 hectares. The majority is under permanent pasture, grazed by sheep. There is also some arable land used to grow corn as feed for the sheep. Much of the grassland has ridge and furrow present, a remnant of historic farming practises. There are also traditional orchards on the farm where a small number of Gloucester Old Spot pigs are reared through the summer months. Some of the orchards are being restored through the HLS agreement.