Having arrived in 1618, the Brabazon family are still farming 750 acres of land as they did generations ago. Killruddery Farm is situated between the Little Sugar Loaf and Bray Head and remains a thriving, bustling enterprise with four main activities; cattle, sheep, tillage and forestry. It operates an extensive farming system with best practice animal welfare, using minimal artificial fertilizer and with an acre of grassland per every sheep. Killruddery Farm also produces quality produce (Beef, Lamb and Firewood) without compromising the diversity and ecology of the environment.

The Farm is managed by Anthony Ardee, the son of the 15th Earl of Meath. Natural fallen timber grown over generations on the estate can now be purchased in the form of Killruddery chopping boards and writing pens here in the Ticket Office. The boards are hand finished by Kiln Dried Hardwoods.