GROSSWIDMOOS IN WAGRAIN
Farmer with many sources of income
Großwidmoos is situated on a sunny, gently sloping slope, easily accessible, north-east of Wagrain above Kitchboden.
Diversity and sustainability
Sustainability and multiple sources of income are important to Waltraud and daughter Viktoria Bäuerinnen at Großwidmoos.
School at the farm
The passing on of agricultural knowledge to children and young people is of great importance to the Kaml family. The colourful way in which they manage their farm is particularly suitable for this and a very vivid reference.
Species-rich animal population
Around ten animal species are kept at Großwidmoos as farm animals and pets. Calves, horses, hares, guinea pigs, farm dogs, cats, pigs, turkeys, chickens, ducks, bees… Rearing calves for other farmers who produce organic milk.
Turkeys and chickens are sold whole or ready to cook on the farm.
You can also buy honey, schnapps and dried herbs and many tea blends at the farm and at the farm shop of the dairy workshop at Hirschleiten.
Herb field and vegetable garden
The colourful herb field has reached a stately size. The production of kitchen, medicinal and tea herbs is an important source of income. Mullein, marigolds, borage, nasturtium, mallow, cornflower, St. John's wort, mallow, feverfew, chamomile and yarrow as well as sage, balm, various mint species and savory, hyssop, lovage, thyme, rosemary, chives… bloom and share their scent here. Großwidmoos supplies the herbs for the Kleinarl dairy workship of Bio aus dem Tal. Among others savory, oregano, marjoram, thyme, chives, hyssop…
The courageous, colourful tea blends for everyday use are clear in their orientation and application - and at the same time both pleasant and tasty.
The sage from Großwidmoos is the icing on the cake for the 2019/2020 season in the Ski & Enjoyment dish, created by star chef Roland Trettl, with organic products from the valley and gives this dish its unique aroma.
Extended family with woman power
Waltraud Kaml runs her organic farm, which has a variety of farming activities, as part of the extended family. Four generations live at the farm. Waltraud with her husband Bernhard, daughters Katharina and Theresa, daughter Viktoria with Benedikt and children Magdalena and Matthias as well as great-grandmother Notburga.
Widmoosweg 12, 5602 Wagrain
Tel. +43 664 5294179