The ‘Domum Hortis’

By placing livestock in more natural grazing environments, regenerative agriculture practices allow cows to help restore the soil. As they graze, cows trample over vegetation and push nutrients into the soil. Cow manure also acts as a natural fertilizer. Thus, cows can actually reduce the need for unsustainable tilling practices and dangerous synthetic fertilizers.

The ‘Domum Hortis’ is six hectares home gardens where you can find the;

  • Residence of the farm managers surrounded by the Ylang-ylang, Dama de Noche, Champaca, Strelitzia Reginae and Dita trees.
  • Solar Power rechargeable energy supplying the power requirement of the residences.
  • Big pond garden for the Red Tilapia; Water fountain feature, Azolla, Water plants like lotus plant, Sandalwood Island Garden, Palo Santo Island Garden
  • Cow Shed but Cattle grazing in the middle of the woods, with other animal forage and fodder.
  • Biogas fuel facility close to the cow shed.
  • Traditional Vegetable Garden
  • Community Area is the place where people can dine, park and buy farm produce in the store. This area will be surrounded by native flowering trees with endemic endangered hoyas.