Experience a farm
Experience a farm
Experience a farm
Experience a farm
Experience a farm
Experience a farm

Experience a farm

Our farm is not just a petting zoo. We run a lively farm and do not cater to clichés, but allow our guests to take part in the varied and demanding everyday life of a farm .

The work on our farm is seasonally oriented according to the conditions of nature. But there is always something to do here. We are always happy to have helping hands .

We show you the connections between nutrition, agriculture and our environment in an exciting way directly on our farm.

The farmer goes into the barn every day from 17:00: first the cows are driven into the barn, then all the animals (cows, calves, goats, rabbits) are fed with hay, the little calves also get fresh milk. All children are welcome to help feed the animals with hay or give the calves milk.
Or is driving a tractor with the farmer on the program today?

Animal birth: Perhaps you are even lucky enough to witness an animal birth? Then you can think of a name for the newborn right away…

The tip for early risers: Where does the breakfast egg come from? How about a tour of the henhouse with the farmer’s wife and then collecting eggs, daily at 8:00 a.m. or by arrangement again at around 1:00 p.m.

Of course, all the animals are particularly happy about a few cuddles, the little fawns, the rabbits Strolchi, Blacky and Punkti and especially our cat Mitzi. The rabbits can be provided with dandelion, lettuce and vegetable scraps at any time.

On hot summer days: Maybe the hay harvest is just about to start? We mow each field 2-3 times in summer (from the end of May to the end of September)… Then there are a lot of tractor rides on the agenda today… All children are welcome to ride along or help out in the field with the rake, as the hay still has to be removed from the fence by hand…

What does the life of an alpine farmer look like? What you get from the day trip with a hike to your own alpine hut at 1700 meters (if possible once a week in July and August): After the 1-hour drive to the alpine pasture area of the Saalhof in Hinterglemm, 27 km away, to our basic hut at 1380 m, a wonderful hike to the Hochalm at 1700 m through untouched alpine pastures awaits us. Approximately 110 head of Galt cattle (young animals and dry cows), 6 to 8 Noriker horses (Pinzgau horse breed) and our goats graze here on 150 hectares. Here you can find out more about how the alp is farmed and what kind of work the alpine summer entails. The tour of the rustic alpine hut with its kettle and butter churn, and of course without electricity, is an exciting journey back in time for young and old: how did the farmhands and maids manage the alpine pasture and make cheese and butter 100 years ago?

Help with the fun fruit harvest: cherries at the beginning of July, currants and apricots in August, rowanberries, plums, apples and pears in September. Delicious jams are made from it for the self-catering fridge. The surplus is used to produce schnapps: 100 kg of fruit yields around 7 liters of schnapps. Every hard-working helper can of course snack as much as they want!

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