Wilton Gate House Farm is in the gently rolling fields bordering the North York Moors National Park.
It’s quiet in this part of the world, a rural landscape that has changed little in recent years - at least on the surface.
“I started farming in 1980 when I was still a teenager,” said Andrew Hall, farmer and RSPCA Assured scheme member.
“Back then it was mostly dairy farms and they've all but disappeared now. A lot of farms had to change pretty drastically.”
Andrew knew he needed to be flexible and his 20 years of livestock and arable farm experience - and agriculture and business degree - have come in very handy.
Whilst still farming 160 acres of rented land for arable, cattle and sheep, Andrew also decided to take his farm in a new direction.