Since 1960 beekeeping has been practiced on the Fiegenhof.
Klemens Wußler, today's senior, learned this craft from a neighbour. In the course of time, he built the bee house annexed to the farm, which today is the home of about 20 bee colonies. In summer, honey is harvested, usually forest honey, blossom, chestnuts or white fir honey. Converted to a 25 gram portion you put about 3000 bee-kilometers on your morning honey bread. This is the distance a bee flies for it!
Of course, you can get this tasty honey on our farm. And if you are here in summer at the right time, you may be lucky and be able to watch the honey harvest.