"Always look ahead!"
Irmgard and Josef Heindl run the Moar farm in the Oed together with Josef's father Rupert. The farm, which has been converted to organic since 1994, includes 22 hectares of arable land and 33 hectares of green space and has belonged to the Naturland association since the conversion.
Josef grows oats and spelled for Barnhouse, tries out a lot of catch crop and clover mixtures and presents these experiments to the public once a year as part of a field day. The farmer, who works part-time as head of the organic farming division at RWG, puts a lot of passion into his work.
"I like being an organic farmer because I'm convinced that I can make the world a little bit better that way," explains Josef.
He proudly contributes to the fact that we at Barnhouse can produce high-quality products at a fair price.
Incidentally, Josef not only grows oats and spelt for us, but also has about 50 dairy cows, whose milk goes to Berchtesgadener Land. Barnhouse also has something in common with the dairy. You will find our Krunchy in the crispy yoghurts.