Farm shops in Brandenburg

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Sunshine, green meadows and forests, pleasantly cool air, and here's a picture-book farm. What could be nicer than taking a shore excursion at the weekend? Get out of the hustle and bustle of the city and on well-maintained cycle paths into the middle of the idyll. In our selected farm shops you can buy fresh food directly from the grower, which you can take home with you and take home the weekend feeling into the week.

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    Gut Boltenhof

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    Good Boltenhof is located in the middle of the Mecklenburg and uckermärkischen lake landscape, near the upper Havellauf. Here one is umgarnt of fresh country air, wide fields and the relaxed farm animals. Everything is a little slower. The former manor is one of the few historic manors in Brandenburg, which are still preserved in their original form. That's another reason why the operator family cares about sustainability.

    In the high, old and listed walls of the historic manor house you can dine comfortably in the Café & Bistro, as well as the winter garden with a view of the park and the terrace around the fountain invite you to linger and enjoy.

    Also in the old mansion, directly in the entrance area is the farm shop. Here homemade and regional products are offered. Among other things, there are fresh eggs from the Hofhühnern, home-made jams, soups or sauces. In addition, there are a variety of regional foods, such as various oils, biscuits and other sweets, wild sausage specialties, farm cows, natural wines, spreads, goat cheese, pies and much more.

    opening hours
    Friday, Saturday and public holidays 8:00 to 10:00 and 12:30 to 17:00
    During the holidays the Café GUTess! also open on the other days of the week. Tuesday is always closed.

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    Ökodorf Brodowin

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    In the eco-village Brodowin, high-quality food of the best Demeter quality is produced, in the middle of the biosphere reserve Schorfheide-Chorin. In addition to bio-dynamic farming, a dairy and a nursery are also operated in the 400-soul village. In the farm shop you will find Brodowiner products (dairy products, salami, vegetables, honey, etc.), a comprehensive organic full range with numerous products from the region. There is also a monastery café where freshly baked organic baked goods and small dishes are offered daily.

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    In the goat cheese dairy, 23 different types of raw milk cheese are made from 100% goat's milk. In the farm shop you can also stock up on goat's milk and goat's yoghurt. Even the Wiesencafé is bio-controlled, the menu is made up of the farm's own produce and local produce. From goat milk to goat cheese, all dairy products come from the farm.

    The herd of dairy herds consists of 113 dairy goats, of which 104 are milked, as well as 2 breeding goats. The animals can move freely throughout the year. Except for the breeding lambs, all kids stay with their mothers or aunts.

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    On Saturday at 6 pm, you can go to the milking parlor, learn all about goats and milking, and even try out what it's like to milk a goat.

    getting there
    By bike 15km from Kremmen station

    Opening hours Café & farm shop
    Friday 11am - 7pm
    Saturday, Sunday & public holidays 9am - 7pm

    guter-ziegenkaese.de

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    Ökohof Kuhhorst

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    From the idea for people with disabilities to create a job offer in agriculture, the Ökohof Kuhhorst emerged. At the beginning of the 1990s, the first fields were leased and the old farm buildings of the former estate were renovated. Gradually, the farm was extended by the cattle shed, the goose sheds and the gardening buildings.
     
    Today the Ökohof produces in organic quality. As an agricultural demonstration plant, he has been awarded. In addition, Kuhhorst is an ark farm of cattle e.V., on which are endangered livestock breeds such as the black and white lowland cattle are kept. In addition to cattle and field farming, the Kuhhorster run a farm shop and the restaurant Dorfkrug.

    getting there
    By bike 12.5km from Kremmen station

    Opening times farm shop
    Thursday & Friday 10am - 6pm
    Saturday & Sunday 12am - 6pm

    diekuhhorster.de

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    Gut Kerkow

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    One hour from Berlin, on the edge of the Uckermark, lies the organic farm Gut Kerkow. Here a holistic agriculture with short ways is maintained. The focus is on the production of organic meat and milk. The entire rearing and production process takes place in one place. This ensures transparency and avoids unnecessary transport routes. Here one is convinced that a healthy and conscious diet (of both humans and animals) can be ensured only with the own production of food. On a farm that is good. For animals, humans and the environment.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike 3km from Angermünde train station

    Opening times farm shop
    10 am to 6 pm daily

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    Milchschafhof Pimpinelle

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    The milk sheep farm Pimpinelle is located directly on the old Oder in Quappendorf. In the two outbuildings of the Dreiseitenhof are a Milchschäferei and a sheep cheese dairy. There, the sheep are milked and processed the fresh milk of their own herd to various handmade sheep's cheese specialties. From April to mid-November you can buy the products directly at the farm.getting there
    By bike 9km from Neutrebbin station
    Opening times farm shop
    Friday 16-18 clock
    Saturday 10-13 clock
    Closed from November to March
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    Hof Marienhöhe

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    The Marienhöhe farm is the oldest Demeter farm in Germany. Erhard Bartsch, a close companion Rudolf Steiners, tested here the biodynamic agriculture from 1928. A non-profit association owns the farm, on and from the yard lives a group of people of all ages.

    In the farm shop there are farm products such as baked goods, dairy products, sausages, products from the field and garden and own linseed oil. This offer is supplemented by a wide range of regional and German natural food and natural cosmetics ranges.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike 3.5km from Bad Saarow train station

    Opening times farm shop
    Tuesday 3 - 6 pm
    Friday 10am - 6pm
    Saturday 9am - 12pm
    Closed on bank holidays

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    Demeter Hof Sonja Moor

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    In Hirschfelde near Werneuchen, Sonja Moor keeps Galloway cattle and water buffalo according to the strict Demeter criteria - in line with the family and outdoors all year round. The products such as sausage and meat leads the farm shop.

    Fresh meat is available about once a month and can be picked up at the farm shop by prior arrangement. Sausages, ham, liver sausage in the glass and our popular ready meals in the wake glass and meat from the frozen stock are permanently in stock.

    Every Sunday at 11am there is a free one and a half hour tour of the farm. Telephone registration requested, meeting point is the bronze stag in the village.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike about 5km from Werneuchen station

    Opening times farm shop
    Saturday and Sunday 13 to 17 o'clock

    phone
    0179 7347149

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    Demeterhof Weggun

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    Marjolein and Frank van der Hulst live and work with their six children on their picture-book yard in the Uckermark. In a secluded location, next to the forest, in the middle of the Uckermärkische Seen nature park, they run biodynamic agriculture.

    The focus is on soft fruit, here are 4 hectares of raspberries, blackberries, black, white and red currants, red and green gooseberries, strawberries and rhubarb grown. The remaining areas are used for vegetables and feed for sheep and chickens. In addition there are orchards with apple, pear, plum and cherry.

    getting there
    By bike 2.5km from Lichterfelde Süd

    Opening times farm shop
    Summer: Monday to Saturday 11am - 4pm
    Winter: Saturday 11am - 4pm "or just when we are there"

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    Imkerei Lahres

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    After completing his agricultural apprenticeship in 2004, Fabian Lahres decided to found a beekeeping business. It is located on the edge of Märkische Schweiz, a nature park between Berlin and Frankfurt / Oder. The wax for the preservation of his organic bees is bought by beekeeper Lahres from Bioland-Höfen. He also attaches great importance to the fact that his bees produce a lot of their own, clean wax. So he ensures the special quality of his Bioland honey.

    getting there
    By bike 6,5km from station S Hegermühle

    Sale from the production hall
    Friday 3 to 6 pm
    Saturday 10am to 3pm

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    In addition to the famous "Teltower Rübchen", the horticulture business of Axel Szilleweit offers a diverse range of organic fruit and vegetables, including rare varieties such as golden parmains, Gravensteiner and pineapple rennet apples and vegetables such as Swiss chard, salsify, parsnip or aromatic tomato varieties. For 40 years, it has been cultivated here in the Teltow nature reserve and harvested on request even in the presence directly from the field.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike 2km from the S-Bahn station Teltow

    Opening times farm shop
    Monday to Saturday 10am - 7pm

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    Kanow Mühle

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    Already in the 13th century there was a mill in this picturesque spot. Today, Jörg Behrendt uses his stamping press from 1911 to gently process linseed into high-quality oil. To this day, the hydroelectric power of the Dahme is used here to power a few machines. The flaxseed he gets right from the neighborhood, where a farmer grows him extra for the mill operation. Linseed oil, pumpkin seed oil, black cumin oil, walnut oil, rapeseed oil, sesame oil, sunflower oil, hemp oil, poppy seed oil, grape seed oil, camelina oil, almond oil, coconut oil are also produced here. All products of the Kanow mill can be bought in the farm shop. If you like, bring your own glass container and let it fill with the fresh oil.

    getting there
    By bike 5,5km from Golßen train station

    Opening times farm shop
    Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

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    Schäferei Hullerbusch

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    The Hullberbusch Sheep Farm is a family business that manages landscape with rough-hued Pomeranian land and goats. The food for the animals is produced on the 170ha (of which 100ha nature and landscape protection area) itself. The wool of the animals is sold as clothing in the farm shop, there are also fur, sheep sausage and lamb from their own slaughter, as well as goat cheese, goat's milk, bread, wine, juice and teas.

    getting there
    By bike 7km from the station Feldberger Seenlandschaft (or 2km by ferry)

    Opening times farm shop
    daily from 11 to 19 o'clock

    phone
    039831 20006

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    Spargel-und Erlebnishof Klaistow

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    At the Spargelhof Klaistow not only the famous Beelitz asparagus is cultivated, here visitors of all ages enjoy themselves in the play areas, the stalls, the farm shop and the restaurant. Highlights include the asparagus strawberry and blueberry season from May. In the farm shop there are homemade fruit spreads and a wide range of home-made pasta in extraordinary flavors such as strawberry, blueberry or pumpkin, for those eager to experiment there is asparagus cream liqueur and the high-percentage asparagus spirit. There are also all sorts of products related to agriculture.

    getting there
    By bike just under 8km from Bhf Beelitzer-Heilstätten

    Opening times farm shop
    daily from 8am to 6pm

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    Fischerei Köllnitz

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    The Groß Schauener chain of lakes is rich in fish species, including eel, zander, pike and carp. In the in-house factory of the fishery Köllnitz daily different fish specialties are smoked over beech and Alder shavings. For a quick lunch, a rest from the bike ride or hike, the farm shop staff prepares freshly delicious fish sandwiches. In the farm shop, there is fish prepared ready to eat or prepared for cooking. There is much to see on the large fishing grounds, including two museums and a show pond. If you do not just want to enjoy the view of the lake from the shore, you can rent a rowing boat from the jetty and paddle out to the water.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike 3.5km from Storkow station

    Opening times farm shop
    daily from 9 am to 5 pm (in winter until 4 pm)

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    Fläming Wildhandel

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    The family-run Fläming-Wildhandel has been offering fresh local venison for almost 20 years, such as venison, deer, wild boar and moufflon. For this purpose, the Griebsch family works closely with the local hunters and processes the meat professionally and ready to cook. If the fresh meat in the farm shop is out, there is still vacuum-packed or frozen goods.

    getting there
    By bike 8km from Treuebrietzen station

    Opening times farm shop
    Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm
    Saturday 8 to 12 o'clock
    Sunday 9 to 11 o'clock

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    In former times a manorial estate, Gut Schmerwitz is today a family farm. In the middle of the Hoher Fläming Nature Park, it is produced here in accordance with the guidelines of the Bioland Association in a closed material cycle that enables the conservation of natural resources for present and future generations. The focus is on field and vegetable production, sheep breeding, poultry farming, pig breeding and mast and the closely matched direct marketing of the products.

    In the farm shop there are in addition to farm products high-quality organic food from the region. Farm visits are possible by appointment.

    getting there
    By bike 7km from the station Wiesenburg

    Opening times farm shop
    Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

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    For a long time, this farm has been handed down from generation to generation and now it has been the farmer's turn Klaus and realized his dream.

    The result is an ecological agriculture with fruit and vegetables (potatoes, asparagus, strawberries, tomatoes, etc.). A farm shop was opened, but not directly on the farm but in the district town Beeskow. There, the fruit and vegetables are sold, together with other products from the organic wholesaling.

    getting there
    On foot or by bike 1km from the station Beeskow

    Opening times farm shop
    Monday: 10-18 clock
    Tuesday: 10-18 clock
    Thursday: 10-18 clock
    Friday: 10-16 clock

    phone
    03366 520646

    biohof-von-bauer-klaus.de

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    Gut Ogrosen

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    Since 1994, the farm shop of the estate Ogrosen offers the food produced here. Cow, sheep and goat's milk made into cheese from April to December. In addition, there is milk, meat, sausage, vegetables and grains from own production. Fresh meat is offered every two weeks (dates on the website), cured meats throughout. In addition to glass sausage there is beef salami and to the pork dates also fresh Viennese, Grützwurst, sausage, etc. The meat for the sale as well as for the sausages comes exclusively from farm animals.

    The assortment of the farm shop is completed by purchased products from ecological production. In addition, there is a tour of the organic farm with its East Frisian dairy sheep and Robustschweinen, much to know about Hofkäse and its production, as well as a snack with home-grown products.

    getting there
    By bike 6km from the train station Calau

    Opening times farm shop
    Tuesday 3 to 6 pm
    Friday 9am to 6pm
    Saturday 9am to 2pm

    phone
    035436 218

    gut-ogrosen.de

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