blonie topola

Błonie-Topola EF is the oldest operating experimental farm in Poland. The farm is situated in Łęczyca Municipality, in Łódź Voivodship. Most soils are podzols. Black earths and moor soils occur also. Plant production (cereals - mostly winter wheat, sugar beets) is carrying out mainly on soils of II and IIIa class.


The farm is located in Gręboszów Municipality, Dąbrowa Tarnowska District, Małopolskie Voivodship. It is situated in Wisła Valley and Sandomierz Basin (lowland), on alluvial soils (mainly medium). The farm production is focused on plants - cereals, rapeseed and sugar beets. The holding is keeping also pigs to a lesser extent.


The farm is located in Grabów, in Przyłęk Municipality, Zwoleń District, Mazowieckie Voivodship. Mostly there are podzols, in some parts black earths and moors soils also. The farm is carrying out ecological agricultural activity on 57 ha area, while 78 ha are intensively conventionallly farmed. Plant production is focused on feed delivery for cattle kept in ecological system, mostly dairy cattle, beef cattle or cattle treated as reproductive material make smaller contribution to the animal production. Besides, large part of the farm area is destined for scientific experiments.

kepa pulawy

"Kępa-Osiny" Ezperimental Farm comprises four farms (Kępa, Osiny, Sadłowice, Pulki) located near Puławy.

Kępa Farm is situated in Wisła Valley on the right bank, within borders of Puławy city, mainly on medium alluvial soils.

Osiny Farm is located to the nothern east of the Puławy, physiographically on Wysoczyzna Siedlecka (Siedlce Upland), mostly on podzols formed on loose sands, partly on black earths.

Sadłowice Farm is situated in Wisła Valley, on the left bank of the river, mainly on alluvial soils, partly on podzols and black earths.

Pulki Farm is located near Puławy and Końskowola, mainly on poor podzols and post-bog soils.

"Kępa-Osiny " EF is focused on plant production. There is small cold store that allows direct selling the farm products (fruits, fresh fruit juices, vegetables, rapeseed oil). The farm manages also over 688 ha of forest. 


The farm is located in Werbkowice (Hrubieszów District, Lublin Voivodship). This is most easterly of the experimental farms. Werbkowice farm is situated on Lublin Uplands, with brown soils formed on loess, chernozems, and partly on alluvial soils and post-bog soils. The main activity of the farm is raising of dairy cattle. The herd consists of approx. 660 animals, including 360 dairy cows with average per-unit production capacity 9000 litres annually, based on standards of Polish Federation of Cattle Breeders and Cattle Farmers.









The farm is located within Przytoczna Municipality, Międzyrzecz District, Lubuskie Voivodship. It is situated within Gorzów Valley, in the area with strong soil differences. There are mainly podzol sois, other soil types (brown soils, black earths, moor soils) are scattered around. There are mainly poor soils of V and VI class. Within the farm both arable crops are cultivated (...) as well as young bovine animals and poultry is raising.


The farm is located in western Poland, on northern part of Wysoczyzna Leszczyńska (Leszno High Plain) and administratively belongs to Grodzisk Wielkopolski District, in Wielkopolskie Voivodship. The farm is characterised by strongly diversified soil cover - podzols, moor soils, peat-muck soils, black earths and brown soils. Soil quality index is 0.63. The main crops are rye, triticale, on fields with better soils wheat and rapeseed is mainly cultivated, partly sugar beets and flax.  


The experimental farm is located within the Żuławy Wiślane region (Vistula Marshland). Administratively, it belongs to Gdańsk district. EF area is strongly diversified and sculptured. The soils are podzolic soils, brown soils, black earths and moor soils. Agricultural production within the farm is focused on cultivation of cereals, rapeseed and sugar beets.