Finland has 48,000 farms with an average arable area of 47 hectares. Finnish grain is in demand worldwide, Finland is one of the biggest producers and exporters of oats in the world. In Finland, antibiotics are used only to sick animals, not as a precaution. Finnish dairy, egg and meat products are free of salmonella. In Finland piglets keep their tails and hens and broilers their beaks. Our methods of producing food is a model for the whole globe.
Already in four days, you reach the southern Finland area comfortably. In a week it is possible to go more north. On the southwestern coast, the growing season can exceed 185 days, but in northernmost Lapland it is less than 105 days. In Southern Finland, the grazing season of cows lasts four to five months, in the north three to four. We tailor-made your tour with professionals including visits and interesting sights rounded with from fresh local indegrients cooked tasty food.
Visit in the Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK) in Helsinki.
During the day you visit a dairy farm, an award winning organic meat farm and a beautiful manor house with local brewery.
Today you will get acquanted with the first agricultural school in Finland which nowdays is part of the Häme Universit of Applies Sciences and a active farm with working students. You also visit the Finnish Agricultural Museum. Farewell dinner in characterful local restaurant in Helsinki.