Family Hölzl: Your hosts on the farm in Saalfelden
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When you visit the Klinglerhof for a farm vacation in Saalfelden / Maria Alm, you will be warmly welcomed by the Hölzl family. Currently, the company’s fortunes are managed by Alois Hölzl, who, together with his wife Marlene, looks after and manages 350 hectares of land, including their own forestry in Saalfelden. The children Anna and Elisabeth always help diligently.
Illustrious history of the Saalfelden organic farm
Particularly impressive is the long history that the Klinglerhof can look back on. The farmhouse was built as early as 1773 as a single, small farm with named origin in Switzerland. In the same century, three more farms were bought in the immediate vicinity and finally in 1850 the organic farm was added.
Four individual farms eventually became the Klinglerhof. At one time, about 15 maids and farmhands were employed to care for the 120 head of cattle, six horses and 40 sheep, among other things. Today, 50 cattle and five Noriker horses remain from the livestock.
Agriculture in Saalfelden with alpine pasture and hunting farm
The large property of the Klinglerhof also includes meadow and forest lands as well as 266 hectares of alpine pasture with its own hunting. Upon request, your host Alois Hölzl will arrange hunts for you. Shootings include black grouse, chamois and red deer. These are also sold: Chamois annually, black grouse every two years. The owners of the farm in Saalfelden also organize excursions to the Grundalm on their own farm with a cozy barbecue and overnight accommodation.