The cattle at Ekbolanda go out on nature pastures for much of the year. It gives a fine and tasty meat, but the grazing mullets also do a top job for biodiversity.
Animals that graze old pastures and meadows keep the landscape open and allow all kinds of bees, hops, butterflies and insects to survive as vegetation becomes much more diverse and rich. And bees and hops are, as you know, vital for everything that is grown. Unfortunately, open meadow and pasture lands are becoming increasingly uncommon in Sweden, so nature conservation is the best choice!
All meat from the farm is KRAV-certified. It is sold, among other things, on REKO rings or directly from the farm. In the farm's magazine there is a cozy café with Kristin's home baked. There you can also buy some food crafts from other producers, flowers, interior details and bargains in the small flea market room upstairs.