Currently, there are 75 acres that are used for hay production and rotational crops such as corn and soy beans with the remaining acreage being woods with a maple sugar bush and some hedgerows and brush areas on the outskirts. The soils have been groomed over the past three decades by practicing no-till farming to prevent erosion and to help build up the organic matter. The majority of the soils are silt loam soils. There are several fields that have not been sprayed in over 15 years that could be certified organic. The woodlot consists of approximately 35 acres of mostly sugar maple.
|Elementary school: South Hill (Boy MS)|
|School district: Ithaca City|
|Lot acreage is: 120|
|Lot has pond|
|Lot size: 530 x 2200|