Bioland organic original spelt products from ackerfrucht & bodenwerk

4,50 kg/scatola

Bioland organic original spelt products from ackerfrucht & bodenwerk

4,50 kg/scatola

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Raccolto limitato e stagionale.
Il Farmer non effettua spedizioni (per il momento) nel Paese selezionato:  Stati Uniti
Specifiche
Contenuto della scatola: 1 scatola contiene 4.5kg di Bioland organic original spelt products
Varietà: Oberkulmer Rotkorn
2 x original spelt flour type 630 (1kg each, paper bag): is the lightest spelt flour and can easily replace light wheat flour; suitable for baking desserts, cakes, pastries and white bread
1 x original spelt wholemeal flour (1kg, paper bag): is made from the whole grain, which means all ingredients of the grain are contained in the flour and the mineral and fibre content is higher than in the other flour types; suitable e.g. for bread, but it is also possible to replace a part of light flour with wholemeal flour, which makes the food more wholesome
2 x original spelt wholemeal pasta (500g each, paper bag): made only from our original spelt wholemeal flour and water, no other ingredients are needed; beautiful dark brown colour and an indispensable part of healthy and wholesome cooking
1 x original spelt wholemeal flakes (500g, paper bag): are flaked cold and the whole grain is rolled into flakes without any previous processing steps; contain a lot of dietary fibre; full, original spelt flavour; best suited for mueslis or baked goods
Organic farming certified by the Bioland label since 2017
All products are packaged plastic-free in paper bags and are shipped in a cardboard box
We recommend that you store the spelt products in a dry, cool and dark place; the flour will last for at least 12 months, the noodles for at least 2 years and the flakes for at least 3 months
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Ulrike Schlierer
Hello, I am Ulrike Schlierer. I came to farming as a career changer when I met my husband, whose family has run a family farm for several generations. But a long agricultural tradition is also rooted in part of my family. Until my parental leave, I enjoyed working in the social sector for many years in different fields of work. Since the birth of our daughter, I now devote myself exclusively to various tasks on our farm. In particular, I take care of the house, the farm and our chickens, all the office work that arises, purchasing and sales and direct marketing. Coordination of the farm processes and the further development of our farm takes place in our team. My husband and other family members such as my cousin and great cousin are responsible for the field work and our machinery. We are supported by one part-time employee. For special events, such as the potato harvest, other friends and acquaintances help out. For a long time I have been very interested in the creation of food, i.e. the associated production, development and production. From the field to the plate. Transparency plays a big role for me personally. In my opinion, every food product should be fully traceable, and I'm not just talking about the ingredients. It is no longer only important that our food is of high quality, but also that it has been produced in harmony with nature. That's why I'm happy to be able to participate in the CrowdFarming platform and thus to recommend our products to people who care about similar values or to convince new consumers. Agriculture is incredibly diverse. Every farm is dedicated to very different tasks that, taken as a whole, have an elementary impact on society.
ackerfrucht & bodenwerk
Our farm is located in the heart of Swabia in the Swabian Danube valley, near the Danube and the Ulm/Neu-Ulm area. Here you will find diverse landscapes such as lakes, forests and meadows and it is not far from the Allgäu and the Swabian Alb. Our family farm has existed for many generations and was one of the first farms here in the village. Nowadays, there are only a few farmers left in our immediate vicinity. Farming in a populated area is a challenge. Due to the ever-changing conditions, we are constantly reorienting our farm. Our goal is a holistic ecological management in which regenerative agriculture should play an even greater role. Organic means that the fields are cultivated without chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilisers. For example, our fields are sown in a recurring rhythm with a seed mixture of clover grass and lucerne. This method is also called green manuring, as plants belonging to the legume family in particular can bind nitrogen from the air in the soil, where it serves as fertiliser for the next crop. In addition, clover grass and lucerne can incorporate CO² from the air into their roots and green plant parts. After the plants are mown, chopped and worked back into the soil, soil organisms incorporate the CO² into humus compounds and thus promote soil fertility and the water storage capacity of the soil. This process of building up humus is called regenerative because it improves the soil. The plant residues left over after the harvest also remain on the field, are worked into the soil and also serve to build up humus and provide fertiliser for the next crop. There is no waste with us, because everything is still useful. Another approach is that the arable land should always be grassed over, among other things to prevent erosion and nitrogen discharge and to counteract the proliferation of undesirable weeds. That is why we use undersown crops in cereals and increasingly use catch crops. These measures increase biodiversity in our fields, which in turn helps us to keep pests at bay. In addition, these measures also have an extremely positive effect on our climate, which is another reason why I like the principles of regenerative agriculture very much. We rely on crops that are adapted to our local climate and can still do without irrigation. On our small field units we rely on a diverse crop rotation, we grow many different crops and also like to try out new crops again and again. We only farm our meadows extensively, i.e. with low livestock numbers and no fertiliser. In this way, we also actively contribute to environmental protection and nature conservation, as these areas provide a habitat and breeding ground for example for many meadow nesting birds. We also cooperate with the municipality and implement various nature conservation measures such as lark windows and flower strips on the fields. On our rooves we have been producing solar electricity for about 45 households for more than 10 years. We place great emphasis on avoiding waste and harvest residues remain on the field to promote humus formation and contribute to soil fertility. We are a family business, which means that the main tasks are completed by me and my husband, I take care of the management of the house and farm and our chickens, and my husband takes care of the field work together with his cousin and great cousin. In addition. We have a temporary employee who also takes care of the field work and the technology of the machines. In this constellation we have been working together successfully and constructively for several years now. My mother-in-law takes care of our physical well-being at lunchtime and so we often all eat together at one big table.
Informazioni tecniche
Indirizzo
ackerfrucht & bodenwerk, Neu-Ulm, DE
Altitudine
460 m
La Squadra
1 woman / 3 men
Dimensione
35 ha
Tecniche di coltivazione
Organic & Bioland Farming
Sistema d’irrigazione
None
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