Home Farm is run by third generation farmer, David Rose. The family has run the farm since 1933, when Stanley Clarke first came to Screveton. His daughter & son-in-law, Margaret and Peter Rose took over from Stanley and in turned passed it on to their son David.
Farmeco is part of the wider farm. It includes an edible woodland of 6.8 hectares (16.8 acres) with some 4,500 fruit and nut trees and shrubs. Both Home Farm and Farmeco follow sustainable farming practices that enhance the environment. David is a Woodland Trust Ambassador and hosts an agro forestry research project, which put simply is farming with trees. There are two trial areas on the farm, silvo pastoral: sheep grazing within the edible woodland area, and silvo arable: apple trees and elderflower within a block of arable land.