The experimental farm consists of twelve hectares, of which ten are cultivable.
Ten hectares are surrounded by a stone wall in which there is a lookout of the two that were originally.
The farm is divided into plots whose name recalls the use to which they were intended when the farm was privately owned: Prado, Huertas, Espaller, Bosque, etc.
The magnificent hórreo reveals that the corn crop should have been important, as well as the wine, judging from the large vineyard that could have housed the farm known as Espaller and the perimeter of the main plots.
In one of the plots an original forest is conserved, others are destined to gardens and the majority of them are dedicated to the cultivation of the diverse agricultural species in which it is investigated.