About 340 hectares of plains and low hills are cultivated according to the centuries-old practice of agricultural rotation, guaranteeing all of the feed, corn and barley for the livestock, such as: alfalfa, corn silage, sorghum, triticale, wheat, and sunflowers.
The farm has chosen to follow the agro- environmental measures set by European rural development plans, aimed at reducing fertilizers and pesticides, and therefore creating a more sustainable way of farming.
This consists of utilizing the fertilizer produced by livestock in an efficient and virtuous way, returning it back to where it originally came from, thus, completing the natural lifecycle.