The construction of a wind farm in the town of Fressenneville in the west of the Somme department enabled, after diagnosis, to carry out an excavation of an area of 1,940 m². The two main occupations discovered are dated from the High Empire. Although we do not have all the facilities, they are nonetheless interesting. They allowed us to visualize the evolution of a Gallo-Roman farm towards that of villa, where a bone glue manufacturing activity was revealed and to compare these discoveries with those made locally.