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Hof Löbke in Ibbenbüren,
small farms nowadays only can survive if they specialize.
This 200 year old farm has a restaurant with own products, strawberry fields for self-picking, and a large playgound for children, including some goats (to hug?), rabbits, geese and so on.
I can not imagine who eats these amounts of pumpkin, I think, they will be used mainly for decoration.

From their homepage:
Initially, marketing was only off the field. The self-picking was a great success and was quickly expanded by the strawberries on raspberries, currants, gooseberries and sour cherries.
In the following years a small farm shop was built on the former threshing floor. In 1996, a completely new shop was built in which up to today on 120 square meters mainly the own products are offered.

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Additional Photos by Elvira Parton (notrap) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 194 W: 230 N: 779] (7812)
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