In times past, all inns used to be annexed to agricultural estates. This is still the case with the Stafler Hotel today.
Traditionally, the 40 milk cows were tied to their stall, but in 1997 they were transferred to a modern, open-plan cowshed where they can walk around freely. In 1998 the old cowshed was transformed into a stud farm for Arab thoroughbreds called “La Frontera” where there lived up to 30 thoroughbreds until 2008. In 2011 the number of horses was reduced; part of the stalls are now used for sheep and pigs.
The agricultural green covers approximately 40 hectares, made up of pastures (70%) and arable land (30%) where maize for feeding animals is produced. Then there are 20 hectares of woodland which produce wood chips that are used for the heating of the buildings.