During this period, the growing working population had benefited greatly from the intensive labor that has been spent on agriculture ever since the founding of Robertsfors. Agriculture had been consistently organized for the purpose and needs of the industry, at the same time as many measures had been taken to increase the yield of the land.
In early 1898, the agronomist Axel Bosin began the construction of old-fashioned agriculture. In the first years of this period there were 135 cows and 45 young cattle. Attempts were also made at pig breeding, but as it did not become profitable, it was discontinued in 1905.