Morley Farms is responsible for growing crops on 700 ha of land. The main site at Morley grows wheat, barley, sugar beet and oilseed rape. We also host field trials for The National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) and the John Innes Centre. The farm has been involved with environmental stewardship projects over the last 12 years; protecting hedgerows, water courses and encouraging farmland birds.
The farm is owned by The Morley Agricultural Foundation which assists and funds research and education projects. This includes funding PhD students and further education students from Easton College as well as hosting visits for primary and pre-school children