The 100 or so hectares of coppice are natural areas of historical woodland consisting of black locust, ash, sessile oak and cherry.

In 1994 under Council Regulation 2080/92 an extensive woodland improvement plan was implemented which involved the reforestation of certain areas where the coppice woodland was thinner, as well as diversifying the cultivation methods.

Together with a woodman, the farm drew up a detailed Forestry Plan, approved by the Piedmont regional administration, through which the woodland is managed in the same way as a conventional agricultural crop. Its aim is to ensure the proper exploitation of wood products (firewood) and the renewal of the coppice woodland itself. The plan foresees maintenance and renewal activities, as well as selective cutting according to an annual schedule.