Heritage of the museum consists of about a thousand exhibits related to the growth and explotation of buffalo, occupation with a tradition of over a century in the village of Mera: which sleds, yokes, saddles, harnesses, forks, rakes, Tanja, bells, chairs for milking, milk pots, lamps and lanterns, skimmed milk separators, etc. Bells collection is the richest, has more than 100 pieces. Alongside these traditional objects in the museum are exhibited photographs, maps and documents proving age and continuity of these occupations. The museum was inaugurated May 23, 2009, in the former school building, under the patronage of Primula Foundation. The initiative of establishing the museum belonged ...to biology professor Gyorgy Varga, son of the village and former director of the local school, which is the also curator of the museum.