Model of a LPG concrete cow barn as they were built in the 1960’s in the former GDR. The original served for raising heifers (a heifer is a female cow before she has had her first calf). The model, made of a special cardboard, is manufactured using the newest laser-cutting technology and is colored to authentically show the concrete structure of the building. The numerous attachments (roof gutters, downpipes, window frames, windowpanes and vent pipes on the roof) are produced in finely detailed plastic. The building has three doors at each end, and each can also be assembled in an opened position. Several of these kits can be combined into a larger structure. The model can also be used for other purposes: do-it-yourself store, garden center, garage or small enterprise. Kit.