The cornerstone of the farm, our olive orchard covers 20 hectares with more than 5,000 trees. When we purchased the farm in 2012 the young trees were overgrown with weeds and nearly abandoned. With considerable investment and hard work we have reclaimed the young orchard, with annual olive harvest starting in March and lasting about six weeks.

We have two primary varietals of olives, Arbiquina and Picual, which are harvested in early April and processed into olive oil. The third varietal, Manzanilla, is a pollinator for the Arbiquina and the olives are  lacto-fermented for table olives.

We manage the pasture in the olive orchard with a combination of methods. We primarily graze Iberian pigs under the olives, cutting the grass when needed to manage effective regrowth and weed suppression.