The farm is located in the buffer zone of the Lower Oder Landscape Park, belonging to the Natura 2000 area. It was founded in 2012, with the intention of continuing the activities of previous generations. Its area, consisting of arable land and pastures, is 15 hectares. The farm is focused on plant activity: the cultivation of cereals - wheat, barley, high-protein plants, as well as breeding: heath sheep, rabbits, chickens and ducks. In addition, vegetables and fruits are grown in the home orchard and garden. Despite the fact that the farm does not have an ecological certificate, it is run according to the rules compatible with this type of production. The obtained plants and cereals are used to produce feed that is fed to farmed animals. Excellent living conditions for animals, incl. free-range farming or good-quality feed results in high-quality meat. The flagship product made by the owners of the farm is Marwicki rabbit pate, which is made on the basis of a family recipe, using traditional (manual) production methods.