Our "self-catering concept"

We want to provide ourselves and our guests with our own products. Marie created a garden for this. Here we can already harvest the following fruits and vegetables: Strawberries, raspberries, Cape gooseberries, kale, Swiss chard, beetroot, green asparagus, beans, green lettuce, pumpkin and kohlrabi. Unfortunately, it is not yet enough for complete self-sufficiency.

Bees and honey: from 2018 we will be able to take care of ourselves completely here.
Our two bee colonies "produce" approx. 50 liters per year!

Kleine Gemüseauswahl
Kleine Gemüseauswahl
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Verschiedene Tomatensorten
Verschiedene Tomatensorten
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Beeren
Beeren
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Frischkäse aus eigener Milch
Frischkäse aus eigener Milch
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Bei der Arbeit
Bei der Arbeit
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Kapstachelbeeren
Kapstachelbeeren
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Hahn
Hahn
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Küken mit Mama
Küken mit Mama
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Nachwuchs
Nachwuchs
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Chickens: We already have enough eggs ...

and we started with the rearing of broilers and we can take care of all the chicken ourselves

Goats: We use goat milk to produce mozzarella, soft cheese, yoghurt, hard cheese and cream cheese.

Toggenburger Ziegen
Toggenburger Ziegen
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Frischer geht es gar nicht mehr
Frischer geht es gar nicht mehr
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Lecker
Lecker
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Ausreichend Auslauf
Ausreichend Auslauf
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Schafe
Schafe
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Angora Ziege
Angora Ziege
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Bei Mama
Bei Mama
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Nachwuchs
Nachwuchs
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Schweine Nachwuchs
Schweine Nachwuchs
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Pigs: Starting with 5 animals, we now have an infinite number of offspring. We can completely supply ourselves with all "pork products. These include salami, tea sausage, liver sausage, sausages, wiener sausages, fried sausages, chops, meat and also meat sausage,
Cheese grill, ham, bacon and air-dried ham.

Cattle: We have chosen the "Nguni" breed. Originally the Zulus brought these cattle breeds to the Eastern Cape. The breed reproduces relatively quickly, is native to Africa, is known for its resilience and does not get along with much grass.

The Nguni fur has a variety of colors and patterns and is beautiful.

Nguni Kühe
Nguni Kühe
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Nguni Kühe
Nguni Kühe
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Nguni Kühe
Nguni Kühe
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