quality from your farmer
The 'Spargelhof Feldmann'
For many, it’s a trend – to “know where it comes from...”
For us at Eisvogel, it is much more than that. Behind Feldmann Hof lies a great passion – that of Martin Feldmann. He has been running the family farm for more than 25 years. In the past there were pigs, then for a long time exclusively Abensberg white asparagus and today the range includes healthy vegetables and delicious berries. Our chickens, which are responsible for the fresh breakfast eggs, also found a home there some time ago.
It’s a great asset for the Eisvogel to offer fresh first-class produce from its own fields – the value and sustainability behind it is enormous.
Visit also our farm shop directly at the Feldmann Farm.
Opening hours during the asperagus season from april to june daily 08:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
He is actually a trained chef and when he is not sitting at the tractor or cultivating his fields, he is a gastronome through and through and will gladly accompany you to your table at the Eisvogel Restaurant on Sunday lunchtime with wit and humour. Extremely skilled at his craft and always ready with a solution, that is Martin Feldmann. He has been growing asparagus on his parents' farm in Neukirchen for 30 years, with the support of his brother Christian. He is constantly expanding his repertoire with new products and ideas. Best quality is his hobbyhorse and daily demand - this is what he and his Spargelhof Feldmann are known for!
- Abensberger asparagus white and green
- healthy vegetables - potatoes, pumkin...
- all kind of berries - strawberries, raspberries, aronia berries
- buckthorn and goji berries
- eggs from Frieda & Friends
- Pasta from the eggs of our chickens
the home of frieda & friends!
Always in a good mood, they really bring life to the place and keep our grandma Erna on her toes. Henriette, Frieda and their feathered friends provide the fresh breakfast eggs and they are also happy to take care of your breakfast at home - you can buy their fresh eggs in the farm shop every day.