Today Hans H. Horneman owns and operates Rein’s Monastery. The main production is organic milk with a yearly quota of 360,000 liters. In addition, the farm consists of 600 acres of cultivated land, plentiful forests and idyllic pastures. The new barn was built in 2002 and is home to the first milking robot in Fosen. At that time, there were not many in operation in Norway. Today, Rissa is one of the municipalities that has the most milk robots in all of Norway. The current owner believes organic operations are important and understands that the operating with happy healthy cows has an added value in itself. This in addition to cultivating fantastic crops and producing great milk.
Parts of the area around Rein’s Monastery are accessible to the public. The experience includes Rissa Bygdemuseum, Meieribygningen, Alleburet, Haugestua, Nonnekloster and the park that was renovated in the 1990s. Rein Church is located just off the farm where there is also parking for visitors.