A farm that is currently in a transitional period could soon be open for business.
Royal Farm to Table is located in the village of Shaftesbury in Gloucestershire, England.
The farm is owned by the family of John, the first person to win the Formula One world title in 1994.
The family is also the owners of the Royal Farms of Britain, a small farm near Gloucester.
“It’s very exciting, it’s an exciting time for the farming industry, especially for a small family farm, especially with the interest in small-scale farming,” John, 66, said.
The couple plans to open the farm in the next two years, according to The Daily Mail.
They plan to sell all of the land for around $5 million, and will also use the money to buy a larger plot of land in the future.
The plan is to have a 100-acre farm to dinner in 2018, with more farmland to come, the newspaper reported.
The Farm to table project is the brainchild of John and the late John, and is an initiative by the British Government.
The government’s Agriculture and Horticulture Advisory Council is working with John and his family to establish the project.
It’s also a partnership with the government’s Food and Rural Development Agency, which will provide a range of support, including funding for the land purchase, to the project, according the newspaper.