This is one of the first families that accepted certification for organic agriculture in the region. The farmer, who has approximately 100 acres of land, grows many crops such as wheat, barley, vegetables, clover, mulberries, wallnut. The family mostly sell their crops in street bazaars as well as organic crops to large supermarket chains. The main source of income of the family, who welcome at most 2 volunteers at their home's one room, is agriculture. Many touristic places are situated in the region to sightsee such as castles, mosques and churches.. Although the farm is located in the Eastern Black Sea Region, the effects of continental climate are strongly felt. Many endemic plants grow in Kayıkçıoğlu, a province of Şebinkarahisar, where handicraft and traditional life continue. 300-year-old walnut trees and a 680-year-old mulberry tree, which is registered in The Guinness Book of Records, can be found in the region. The 5000-year-old Şebinkarahisar Castle is located next to the farm.
March: weeding, planting, preparing the garden, preparing seedlings, planting seedlings
April: sowing the seeds, planting seedlings
May: Planting vegetables, looking after animals
June: Harvesting vegetables, weeding, mowing, irrigate, berry harvest, barley and wheat harvest
July: Vegetable harvest, irrigation, vegatable planting for winter
August, September: Vegetable harvest