ErlebnisSennerei Zillertal Dairy & Show Farm
What is made from milk and how does it get into the carton,...?
Adults and children can experience the entire hay milk production path at the ErlebnisSennerei Zillertal Dairy. Children can see how cheese is made at the Show Dairy, where it matures and how it is looked after, how filling machines work and much more.
The new and popular highlight in the SHow Dairy: GENUSSlöffeln (the PLEASURE spoon). Young visitors especially enjoy the taste of hay milk and yoghurts! Each one tastes better than the next - and you will soon find your favourite!
Younger visitors enjoy playing at the grocery store on the sunny Dairy Kitchen terrace, where they can also try their hand at pretending to be a farmer with the milk cow!
Where does the hay milk come from that is processed at the Show Dairy?
A film is screened in the Show Farm barn, which shows how milking functions and why hay milk is so valuable! But at the end of the day, discovering what the animals get up to in real life is even more interesting - and there is plenty of opportunity for doing just that. Cows, sheep, chickens and the goats in particular are inherently curious and will come and nuzzle visitors, hoping for some attention. Another film can be seen at the Bee Pavilion – over one million bees live at the Show Farm and love buzzing around the many flowers all around!
Towards the end of the tour of the Show Farm there is yet another HIGHLIGHT for CHILDREN: they can jump around in the hay and whiz around on the mini tractors track! Quieter moments can be spent checking out the contents of the bookcase - with reading material for visitors of all ages.
Der Weg von der Heumilch bis zum Käse
ErlebnisSennerei Zillertal: Schauen und staunen
Die Tiere am SchauBauernhof kennenlernen, dem Käser über die Schultern schauen und danach die Produkte selbst verköstigen – das und noch vieles mehr erwartet Besucher in der ErlebnisSennerei in Mayrhofen. In der SchauSennerei, auf dem SchauBauernhof und beim GENUSSlöffeln erfahren wir von Marketingleiterin Birgit Fuchs interessante Details zur Käseverarbeitung.