Farm tours for kindergartens, school classes and groups of adults with different themes
- Milk and milkproducts
- Chutneys, relish, syrup
- pickled cucumbers
- Straw and hay bales (10-12 kg)
Also available in the farm shop (by purchasing from the region): Potatoes, eggs, honey, sausages, baked goods, fruit, cereals, mustard, greenery, Christmas trees and much more.
Our country experiences
- Farm tours for kindergartens, school classes and groups of adults with different focal points
- Book readings for children in the yard
Our products are processed according to old family recipes. The fruit and vegetables that we use for our products come from the region. The dairy cows live in a box barn and have the opportunity to go to the pasture directly behind the barn in the Ellscheider and Mahnerter Bachtal nature reserve. A diverse crop rotation of grain, grass, legumes and maize is important to us. We deliver our milk to the Campina Friesland dairy. It is processed there in the “Landliebe Milch” product line. We grow fodder for our animals on our own fields. When it comes to purchased feed, we deliberately avoid using genetically modified feed.
From the yard
Good to know
Parking lots available
Bus stop available
for school classes
Hygiene and infection control measures
Arrival & Parking
From Nord-/ Feldstraße turn into Ellscheider Straße in the direction of Gruiten/Mettmann, drive under the motorway bridge, pass the equestrian sports center on the right and then turn left (Ellscheid 2-4).
Coming from Gruiten
from Millrather Strasse continue on Ellscheider Strasse in the direction of Haan, drive through the Elp and turn right at the top of the mountain (Ellscheid 2-4).
Coming from Erkrath/Hochdahl
drive from Gruitener Straße over the railway bridge and turn right towards Haan into Ellscheider Straße, drive through the Elp and turn right at the top of the mountain (Ellscheid 2-4).
By bus (bus line 742)
get off at the "Ellscheid" stop, follow the signs "Gut Ellscheid", walk approx. 3 minutes.
Contact person: in
The Gerhard and Marlene Rosendahl family
Office for Culture and Tourism
Düsseldorfer Strasse 26