The JRH farm has been envisioned to reduce the food costs of the retreat house by producing organically-based farm products. Its thriving operations now produce eggs, chicken meat, pork, tilapia and vegetables. The pandemic, however, has significantly curtailed retreat activities. Consequently, the JRH administrative, kitchen and maintenance personnel have to work on skeletal and rotating basis at reduced take home pay. The employees are now allowed to augment their food necessities by sharing in the farm output. The procurement of feeds, seeds and other farm inputs is the JRH farm's major cost of operations. For instance, a typical sack of feeds costs about P1500 ($32). Thus the JRH can benefit from the generous support of donors and benefactors as this will ensure more profitable operations and allow the continued sharing of its farm produce with its employees.
The retreat house serves as the formation center for the Jesuit Bukidnon Mission schools and parishes. It also ministers to the spiritual needs of school students, religious and lay persons from the Diocese of Malaybalay, Bukidnon province and Northern Mindanao region.