It is the location of the manor that belonged the family of Radzivonai, about 1 km west of the town of Panoteriai, by the Panoteriai-Milagainiai road. It is believed to have been founded by a Russian count in the second part of the 19th century. With the outbreak of Paul I, he withdrew to Russia and did not return after the war because there was no Russian province left. At the end of the war, members of the Radziwill family bought the manor. However, to be able to pay for it, the old Radziwill went to Argentina and worked in the coalmines. I will settle completely with the banks, the manor is left to the son.
The name of the place is thought to be related to food because the gentlemen were not stingy and the foals stained the fat with bread.
The area of the manor is about 140 ha of arable and meadowland, 30 ha of the forest. The residential building was wooden with two ends and a porch. The outbuildings were carved out of clay, because there was a clay deposit near the manor, where mercenaries made bricks by hand, and the place was called a brickyard. The barn was built by the old owner of the manor in 1900–1905.
On June 14, 1941, the Radziwon and their two daughters were deported to Siberia. The gentleman was killed, one of the daughters died in the exile. Mrs. Radzivoniene returned from the exile in about 1970 and lived in Kaunas. In 1990, she and her daughter Nijole and her family moved to Taukadaziai. He arranged the manor and started farming. The lady of the manor died in 2003 and was buried in the Panoteriai cemetery.
- GPS LAT 55.197263
- GPS LNG 24.401200