The Agriculture fund has over 1,100 inventory units. It houses an extremely valuable collection of shepherd wood carvings from the Rhodope Mountains and the Sredna Gora Mountains, which include distaffs, spoons, crooks, cups, pans, and ladles.   The wooden rabosh calendars are particularly interesting. They have carved information about the days of the year, holidays, production and transactions. The earliest rabosh calendar is from 1783. Collections of various agricultural tools are preserved in the fund – sickles, pickaxes, mattocks, shovels, etc. There is also a very rich collection of pitchers, kegs, buckets, cauldrons and pails.