The Biofarma Dvorce organic farm has been cultivating the adjacent land since 1992. From the original five pregnant Charollais heifers imported from France, we now have 100 head of cattle in the pastures surrounding the guest house.
The farm lies in the Třeboňsko Protected Land Area, which is why we are happy to observe not only the ecological principles of raising cattle, but also the requirements of the PLA.
The area of the Třeboň basin focuses on agriculture, fishing, and forestry—there is no industry—which is why even the air and agricultural land around Dvorce is in superb shape. For our restaurant, we choose young bulls at two years of age.
Elderberry trees, linden trees, and rose hips grow in our pastures, perfect for home-made soft drinks and teas, and the apples and pears that you'll find in our desserts also grow there. We grow vegetables in our gardens for the Dvorce kitchen, primarily lettuces, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, peas, pumpkins, chard, spinach, rhubarb, as well as herbs, blackberries, cherries, raspberries, and currants.
The nearby forests offer blueberries for our ever-popular pancakes with blueberries, as well as porcini mushrooms, which we use for our kulajda soup, beef with mushroom sauce, and mushroom risotto when they are in season.