Formaggio Papenburg biologico Bioland di Engelnhof

2,00 kg/scatola

Formaggio Papenburg biologico Bioland di Engelnhof

2,00 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 2kg di formaggio Papenburg biologico Bioland
Razza: Frisona pezzata nera
2 x Formaggio di fattoria biologico (pacchetto sottovuoto da 500g): latte crudo; pasta da semi-dura a dura; senza crosta; stile Gouda
1 x Formaggio biologico con erica (pacchetto sottovuoto da 500g): latte crudo; pasta da semi-dura a dura; senza crosta e quasi friabile; sapore forte e un po' acido che si intensifica con il passare del tempo; stile Tilsit
1 x Formaggio di fattoria biologico con semi di fieno greco (pacchetto sottovuoto da 500g); latte crudo; pasta da semi-dura a dura; senza crosta; piacevole sapore nocciolato conferito dai semi di fieno greco; leggermente piccante; stile Gouda
Agricoltura biologica certificata dal marchio europeo di Agricoltura Biologica dal 2017
Tutti i formaggi sono fatti a mano con latte crudo caldo della mattinata e con caglio vegetale
I nostri formaggi sottovuoto si conservano per circa 60 giorni a 14°C; una volta aperti bisogna conservarli in frigorifero (8°C) e consumarli il prima possibile
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Guardiano dell'ambiente
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Contadino esperto
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Senza BPA
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Agricoltore 360
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Raccolto personalizzato
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Biologico
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Energia rinnovabile
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Azienda familiare
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Analisi aggiuntive
Ludger Engeln
I, Ludger Engeln, leased my parents' business in 1989 when I was nineteen years old. After training as a master farmer in 1994, I took over the business. Since at that time I already believed that the milk that was being produced on the farm had a high value, for which the dairy industry did not pay me, I wrote my masters thesis on the direct marketing of preferred milk (raw milk). In the same year we started selling our milk directly to private customers, delivering it ourselves in our own cars. Then, in 2012, we had to give this up due to costs. We found that Papenburg and the surrounding villages are simply too sparsely populated, and the demand for high-quality products from the region was too low at that time. Since then we have been producing cheese, which is easier to store, transport, and sell. Through CrowdFarming we have found the possibility to delight cheese lovers with our high quality cheese, beyond the region where we are located. I have also been able to convert the entire business to organic. I will never forget the day I opened the stable gates and saw the cows roaming in the meadows. It was a very emotional moment and I knew I had done everything right! My role in the company is to organise and manage everything. For example, I am responsible for purchasing feed or spare parts. From spring to autumn I organise the work in the fields, so I always keep an eye on the weather forecast and the fodder stocks, and am often jumping from one place to another, especially for repairs! I help develop ideas for the further improvements on the farm, and I’m also in charge of managing our organic certification and the associated responsibilities. Milking is a large part of the overall work on the farm. We milk three times a day and have a permanent team for this. To ensure that all employees have regular free time, one of my employees draws up work schedules. The work in the fields is carried out by our neighbouring contract farm so that we can concentrate fully on the welfare of our cows.
Engelnhof
Our farm, Engelnhof, in Papenburg (Lower Saxony), has been run by our family since 1904. At first it was run as a typical mixed farm with pigs, cows, grain, and potatoes. Then, in 1962, we moved from the outskirts of Papenburg to the Aschendorfer Moor which is about 3 km away, where I grew up. Here my parents expected a rather barren and rough moor landscape, which later gave one of my cheeses, the Papenburger Moorkäse, its name. My parents started there with about 26 hectares of land. A large part of the land here is high moorland, and 600 m away from the farm there is also a moorland nature reserve. Since 1977 we have specialized in dairy farming. A modern dairy cattle shed was built for the conditions of that time. In 1994 I, Ludger Engeln, took over the farm after completing my master thesis. I am the third generation running the farm with my family. When I took over I also started to deal with the direct marketing of milk and artisanal dairy products, and gave the farm the name "Engelnhof", after my surname. I converted the farm to organic and opened the barn gates. It was a great feeling to see the animals roaming in the pasture again. The grazing season is roughly from April to autumn, but afterwards our ladies enjoy a beautiful outdoor yard and a very open, spacious stable so that they can always be in the fresh air. In 2002 we built our cheese dairy. Since 2012 we have concentrated more on the artisanal production of cheese. In 2016 we built a new, very modern and animal-friendly cow barn. And in the same year we started with process of conversion to organic farming. Since September 2017 the conversion has been completed and we have been a recognized organic farm since then. We grow organic chive bales for Papenburg organic gardeners - perhaps soon also organic parsley! By using high-tech, we try to avoid herbicides and refrain from taking on seasonal workers from abroad. A rented farm droid - a kind of seed robot - has been doing the sowing for us. For several years now, we have also been growing bush beans, which will in future go to an organic processor in Schleswig-Holstein. Today our team consists of 24 people. Several of them have been working with us for over ten years. Here is a small insight: Werner makes your cheese, Alex helps him and will soon also be a cheesemaker by profession. Susann, Dagmar and Aimée take care of administration, packaging and shipping. Maike manages the cowshed with my support. Half of my employees are women, and the rest are men. All of our employees receive at least the statutory minimum wage. The team is provided with e-bikes, and I also offer them affordable accommodation on the farm, in fact 11 of my employees are currently here! I think it's great having such a vibrant farm. And the commute to work, for example to the cheese dairy, is of course shorter! This also allows the team to better balance work and family life. The liquid manure and dung produced on the farm, feed leftovers, and renewable raw materials, are fermented in our own ecogas plant. The resulting ecogas is converted into electricity and heat in the company's own combined heat and power plants. The electricity is then fed into the public grid. The heat is used on our own plant and in a neighbouring nursery. The resulting organic fermentation residue is spread on our fields as a readily usable organic fertiliser. Through a varied crop rotation on our organically farmed, arable land (red clover grass, bush beans, maize, rye and chives) we promote biodiversity and sustainably enhance soil fertility. We do not use any synthetically produced pesticides, rather we hoe and "currycomb" the weeds (mechanical processes). This allows us to offer our cows a balanced diet from our own and leased land. Flowering plants such as red and white clover on our land promote insects, and we have many bird shelters on the farm, including barn owl shelters. Together with the NABU (Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union), we recently built a kestrel's nest and a stork's nest as well. They will hopefully be occupied soon! When we buy in feed, it comes only from recognised organic farms. A lactating cow eats about 45 kg of "cow muesli" daily and drinks 40-100 litres of water. In summer they go out to pasture, and since we live in a very humid moorland area, the water supply is unproblematic.
Informazioni tecniche
Indirizzo
Engelnhof, Papenburg, DE
Altitudine
15 m
La Squadra
7 women and 5 men
Dimensione
396 hectares
Tecniche di coltivazione
Organic farming
Dimensione della mandria
385
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