An agricultural holding is considered as multifunctional, when in addition to its traditional role (primary production), is active in the other two productive sectors: in the secondary and tertiary sector. It produces local products, which it can trade, as well as other non-marketable goods such as agricultural landscapes. In this way, each such farm focuses on multiple functions and new innovative business practices with multiple benefits for the owners by increasing tourism and promoting their products. To register a farm as multifunctional, it is necessary to draw up a three-year economic viability business plan. At QAS we undertake the application, the supervision but also the composition of the necessary plan for the producers as well as the provision of advice and know-how.