North Yorkshire "NY" Estates was a conglomerate who owned several acres of land across England. They originated in North Yorkshire but their headquarters was in Lincoln. They bought Home Farm, Beckindale in 1978 after the local squire George Verney died and his nephew sold the estate. The head boss of NY Estates was Christopher Meadows. They owned Home Farm until January 1988 when they pulled out. The etsate has been privately owned and run since then.
The conglomerate bought Miffield Hall in 1978 and renamed it Home Farm. The first manager of Home Farm was Trevor Thatcher.