The land surrounding the farmhouse was mainly used for the cultivation of wheat and maize, but also for all other products for sustenance, and according to tradition, wine was also produced. As we can see from the images of the late nineteenth century in the vicinity there were other families and activities such as: the cooper, the blacksmith, the carpenter and the hunter (the estate at that time also had the role of hunting reserve). The images allow us to discover, know and observe how the work of threshing took place, which took place mechanically but we note that to pull the plow the oxen were still used. The structure remained so until 1970 when the territory was reorganized in a functional way to modern crops. In the following years “Fattoria Fiocina” has been converted into a farmhouse and since 2014 it has been managed personally by the owners.