When you look out of the window, you see open stables with beautiful red-brown cattle; the field from which the seasonal vegetables originate is literally a stone’s throw away. In front of the door, the court cats play. In the foothills, horses and donkeys frolic – the ‘farm shop’ lives up to its name. It’s situated next to the storehouse, a hub for everything on the farm – not big but with enough to offer to satisfy our customers’ needs
We are proud of the products made in Sammatz: cheese, yoghurt, curds and milk from our dairy, sausage and meat from our own slaughter. A full range of fragrant breads, made in the wood stove of our bakery right across the road.
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We also find a rich selection of herbal teas and
Although the warm socks and rustic jackets are not made in Sammatz, the wool still comes from our sheep. Children love the cute cuddly toys made from the same wool and stored on the upper shelves of our shop.
The fresh vegetables next to the entrance immediately catch the customers’ eye. Lettuce, leeks and fresh herbs rival in tastiness. In summer customers from the surroundings sometimes drop by just to buy a paper bag of tomatoes – a compliment for their sweet savour!
The friendly workers
are happy to welcome you …
In addition to its own products, the farm shop offers the full range of a regular organic shop – fruit and vegetables, juices, chocolate, delicatessen, cereals, shampoo and much more at fair prices.
The unusual opening times are a stroke of luck. In the farm shop you can also go shopping on Saturdays and Sundays all throughout the daytime.
The atmosphere in the store is familiar and relaxed. The crowd is a likeable mix of local regular customers, Michaelshof guests from all four directions, employees who save themselves the trip to the supermarket and
A little carrot
for our nice horses …
The friendly workers in the shop are happy to welcome you. They serve a decent coffee and of course accept order requests. In winter, the fire crackles wonderfully in the centrally located fireplace pillar, where you can warm your hands after stroking the animals or going for long walks.