In the attic of the livestock barn is hay stored for the winter. The hay can be stored through the hatch above the double door. On the ground floor there was room for a workhorse, approximately six calves and eight heifers (these are young cows that have not previously calved). To the interiors of farmhouse and barn is very clear that this type of farm was built for a so-called mixed farm. Also included small-scale arable farming that to this day still can be seen in the various vegetable gardens and relatively small fields which often lie behind the farm.
The cattle barn was built without an architect. This is clearly shown by the fact that there is several masonry used. The windows and doors are built purely on functionality, aesthetics was not addressed. These cattle barn had a thatched gable roof. The small windows at the top of the wall were not glazed initially, so small birds of prey (mainly owls) could breed in the hayloft and they kept the farm substantially free of mice.