Fiskars ploughs are part of the development story of Finnish agriculture. Models imported from abroad were used to develop plough types that were specifically suited to Finnish soil, and by the end of the 19th century Fiskars’ plough collection included more than forty different ploughs. A total of over one million horse-drawn ploughs were manufactured. The most famous horse-drawn plough model known as the Fiskars 10. Fiskars 10 was a hit of its time due to its ease of use and turnability. In 1914, the Plough Factory was completed, concentrating the production of ploughs. Today, the building has a variety of shop, office and office space.