Together with the island they also acquired the land along the coasts of Valtenesi including the promontory of San Fermo and various farms that housed families of sharecroppers who, with their precious work, contributed to the care of this land rich in olive groves, vineyards, woods and pastures for dairy cattle.
His daughter Livia Borghese and her husband, Count Alessandro Cavazza, an agricultural entrepreneur, continued the management of the farm, which at the time had an extension of about 250 ha
Alessandro devoted himself mainly to livestock farming and increasing the vineyards, followed by olive groves and by growing cereals.
Alessandro was a great innovator and brought many improvements to the farms.
The property was divided between the 3 brothers and the island and the lands of San Felice remained to Camillo, a great lover of nature. He studied forest engineering in Canada and on his return he undertook to plant new woods and dedicated himself to the management of the company. He died prematurely and the property passed to his wife Charlotte and the 7 children
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