The thesis assesses the economic feasibility of revitalising a part-time farm in the structurally weak Mölltal (Carinthia). The farm would be revitalized through introducing two on-farm activities: raising organic geese and offering three rooms for rent in the framework of ‘holiday on farm. The calculation take into account both the profitability of the investments and the acquisition of financial resources. The aim is to explore whether these activities could represent an innovative model for the future and thereby contribute to counteracting the current trend of rural out-migration. The economic calculations show that the breeding and the fattening of 135 geese, with subsequent slaughtering on-farm, requires an investment of approx. 29.000 , of which 30 % could be supported through a government investment fund. Assuming 4 kg per slaughtered goose and a price of 14,50 per kg, the possible profits may reach 3.400 per year. The investments required to build three rooms for tourists is much higher: more than 680.000 are required, as the old farm building has to be completely renovated. This investment may receive a 100.000 financial support through funds for rural development. If 56 /person/night inc. breakfast can be charged, it would require 780 overnight stays per year to break even, if 39 /person/night inc. breakfast are charged, 1.200 overnight stays would be needed. As it is unlikely that so many overnight stays can be achieved, the high investment costs question the economic feasibility of engaging in ‘holiday on farm'. However, producing organic, free-range geese shows that part-time farming could be an option with low investment costs. Raising geese would add to the rural ambience, which would add to the touristic attractiveness of the region. Revitalising the farm and using the current buildings would also contribute to counteracting rural out-migration in the Mölltal.