Trolleholm's own plant cultivation
Trolleholm's own plant cultivation covers about 1,600 hectares of cultivated land.
Trolleholm’s own plant cultivation covers about 1,600 hectares of cultivated land. Crop production consists of cereals, oilseeds, sugar beet and seed production. Cultivation is carried out conventionally, using the latest technology to maximize crop yield with as little environmental impact as possible.
The center of agriculture is Halls Farm. After a fire in 1994, the estate received new operational buildings, designed by the Royal Architect. building inspector Gehrdt Bornebusch. In recent years, mobile seed dryers, a machine hall and increased silo capacity have also been added.
On parts of the Trolleholm Estate, tenants engage in agriculture and animal husbandry. For many years, the number of tenant farms has been gradually reduced through natural attrition. The idea is that there will continue to be one or two tenant farmers on the land, focusing on animal production.
The total area of arable land at Trolleholm amounts to about 2300 hectares.
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