Although the “farm” was established by new industry promotion policies in the Meiji era, it is an industrial space which promoted the livestock business by creating a pioneering role in Japan. This academic evaluation focuses on the historical value and style of the livestock barn architecture and existing structures and is limited to areas related to the value of a grass landscape. This study focuses on （１）case of livestock industrial facilities related to the development of the Hokkaido, （２）Koiwai Farm, Iwate Prefecture: case of historical agricultural and livestock industrial facilities in the Tohoku region, （３）Iwase Farm, Iwate Prefecture: cases which can be classified as an Imperial estate and have continued operation down to the present day. A precondition for recognition, evaluation, preservation as the heritage of industrial modernization of agricultural and livestock industrial facilities. This study is to clarify historical process of existing agricultural and livestock industrial facilities constructed through new industry promotion policies in Meiji era. Agricultural and livestock industrial facilities scene connects people, livestock, and space through production technology. A viewpoint which can evaluate multiple values, including the historical meaning of western style barn architecture and the introduction of production technology, is required.