We promise the highest standards of property maintenance with a programme of regular refreshment and refurbishment of facilities. We incorporate landscaping, tree planting and bunds wherever possible to minimise the environmental impact of our business operations.
The majority of this land is rented out to neighbouring farmers
The top fruit orchards consist of Bramley, Cox, Russet and Braeburn apples, and conference pears. New varieties recently planted are Reubens and Cameo.
Main crops grown on the arable ground are wheat, barley, oil seed rape and winter beans
The strawberry sites consist of intensive “table top” systems, under tunnels
The grassland is used for cattle and sheep grazing, and hay cropping
Grassland next to the River Beult (SSSI) is managed with the aid of a grant via the countryside stewardship scheme. This is done on a low input regime, to help protect the area’s unique clay river valley environment
Our farm woodlands are managed and maintained to retain value, and a small scale felling and replanting programme is in operation
The whole farm is registered under the government’s Entry Level Stewardship Scheme (ELS) which allows a number of options for managing the land in an environmentally sensitive way
If you are looking for a cottage or house to rent and would like to discuss availability please contact Ashton Burkinshaw our letting agents firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel. 01622 693773 or email our Property Manager on email@example.com