History

Already 1401 was mentioned the Hanselishof with the family Gruber for the first time. many wars, The farm has survived famine and strokes of fate and has remained in the Gruber family's possession over the centuries.

History

The Court building was 1763 built as a single roof farm (Construction type: Kinzigtäler House) and is protected with cottage garden and mill. Has always belonged to the forest farms of the upper Kinzigtal. Agriculture with dairy cows, along with forestry and a private hunting nurtured over the centuries, the extended families.

Today

… Welcome's you to the Hanselishof:
We, Johann-Georg und Ulrika Gruber.

Our children, the two sons (Hannes give. ' 84 and Julian give. ' 89) and our daughter (Linda give. ' 87) live outside, However, all three are our support in the background.

Our versatile plant is life for us, Challenge and passion at the same time. In addition to the mainstay forest we have developed mainly in tourism as an important branch of industry.

The House was originally 1950 as Leibgedinghaus (Altenteilerhaus) built in. AB 1954 The first room was set up for holiday guests.

Agriculture and forestry

The daily actions and our decisions are incorporated in our respect for the generations, that the Court have managed before us and the responsibility, We bear for future generations. Our farm is a sustainable management in the man, Farm and animal in accordance, of course. We do not use any pesticides or artificial fertilizers. Our forest is PEFC certified.

Environment and energy

AB 1919 electricity was generated on the Hanselishof with a hydroelectric power station. As far as Wittichen, the houses were powered by direct current (has been stored for a smooth delivery in batteries) supplies.

After the hydro power was shut down in the 60s, do we have 1999 (before the turn of the energy) again built a modern water turbine. It provides the natural power for the entire farm buildings, the cottage is included. Heating and hot water supply complete with natural energy from our hydropower supplies . The residual current is fed into the public grid.
With residual wood from our forest we heat from a single piece of wood heating our whole farm buildings and thus also secure the hot water supply.

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