Agricultural management is mainly aimed at increasing natural game, giving them the best environments in which to live.
The forest areas are extensive and they guarantee the presence of numerous species of animals such as woodcocks, wood pigeons, pheasants, wild boars and roe deer.
Both forest and arable areas are crossed by perennial and seasonal streams.
The care of the environment, the restoration of wetlands, uncultivated areas, the planting of disposable crops in collaboration with the landowners have slowly led to recreating the conditions suitable for natural reproduction.
Additional repopulation is carried out with young pheasants and partridges. They are released into the environment following a short stop in acclimatization aviaries.
This repopulation system is in synergy with the processing and agronomic arrangements.
Thirty years of experience has led to excellent results in terms of the quality of the game that can be hunted and the creation of a respectable wildlife that guarantees a fair number of natural broods every year.