The family business consists of two separate farms as shown below.
Sedgeberrow in the Vale of Evesham
173 acres / 73 hectares
Meadow, Old Orchard, New Orchard, House Ground, Pylon Field, Middle Field, California, Top Field, Bomb Ground, Signal Ground, Hinton Field, Sedgeberrow Field, The Paddock, Sedum Field
Hinton Series clay and loam over sandy gravel
Grass, wheat, fodder beet, stubble turnips
Blockley in the North Cotswolds
207 acres / 83 hectares
Railway Field, Cherry Orchard, Draycott, The Meadow, Hegley Pegley, Twelve Acre, Thistle Field, Feeding Ground, Oak Tree, Hickmans, ‘Back-of-the House’, Front-of-the House, Long Field, Road Field, Corner Field
Loam over clay
Greystone Farm is largely grassland. The cows calve in the springtime and produce milk mainly from the grass they eat. The cows are milked in a milking parlour which has twenty machines and takes one person about one and half hours to milk all the cows. When the calves are about eight weeks old, they leave Greystone Farm and move to Sandfield Farm.
At Sandfield Farm there are grass fields but also crops for the older calves and cows to eat such as barley, wheat, fodder beet, stubble turnips and kale. The calves spend two years at Sandfield Farm and then they go back up to Greystone Farm, to have their own calves and become part of the milking herd.