As a qualified butcher, he knows how important it is, in terms of the quality of milk and meat, for animals to be reared and looked after in the right way. Ultimately, he was taught to respect animals on his parents’ farm in Aschbach, where he’s also always happy to lend a hand and diligently help his parents.
Niedristhof farm in Aschbach is situated at an elevation of 1,300 m on the sunny side of the Pustertal Valley. A farm called Niedristhof was mentioned back in the 13th century. In the 16th century the area was divided, and the name Nidrist appeared for the first time. Today the Niederwolfsgruber family farms the stately farm with eight hectares of grassland and 15 cows. They also run an inn on the farm.