The attractive Lincolnshire village of Blankney lies at the heart of Blankney Estate, a farming estate with a history which has been traced back to the time of the Norman Conquest.

Although arable farming continues to be the mainstay of the business of Blankney Estates Ltd., the estate also operates an 18 hole golf course on its historic parkland and owns limestone aggregate and blockstone quarries which are operated by Longwood Quarries Ltd.

Residential and commercial property is available to let from time to time both in the village of Blankney and on farmsteads in the surrounding countryside.

Blankney Estates operate one of the few surviving commercial grass driers in the UK which, for much of its life, has traded under the name of British Crop Driers producing both dried grass and Lucerne (alfalfa).

This is a major ingredient in horse feed and is also a feedstock for the process of chlorophyll extraction which is undertaken by a subsidiary, the British Chlorophyll Company specialising in the production of natural green food colouring and plant extracts.