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Heldrich's Galloway herd

Just a 5-minute walk from our house, we have our own free-range Galloway herd. Enjoy organic beef from our free-roaming cattle with us.

Our Galloways grow slowly because they exclusively feed on hay and grass from our meadows and pastures. This, in addition to breed-specific traits, has a positive effect on the quality of the meat. In addition to its exquisite and distinctive taste and fine marbling, it contains a high level of health-promoting Omega-3 fatty acids.

If you'd like to know more, feel free to read the newspaper article about us on Onetz.


Greifenwirt Galloway

The Galloway is one of the world's longest established breeds of beef cattle, named after the Galloway region of Scotland, where it originated. It is now found in many parts of the world (e.g. Edelsfeld ;-).

The Galloway was introduced in Canada in 1853, first registered in 1872, and the first Galloway registry was introduced in the USA in 1882.

The Galloway is naturally hornless, and instead of horns has a bone knob at the top of its skull called the poll. This breed's shaggy coat has both a thick, woolly undercoat for warmth and stiffer guard hairs that help shed water, making them well adapted to harsher climates.

Taste our delicious Galloway specialities in our Restaurant.