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Fokhol farm

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Fokhol is a biodynamic farm situated 120 km north of Oslo on the sunny side of the lake Mjøsa; an area with very good conditions for farming. In the main building, seminars and meetings are taken place. The farm has accomodation facilities for 35 people, conference room as well as smaller rooms for groups. The food is based on products from the farm.

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  • Farm holidays Farm holidays

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  • General facilities

    • food and beverage service
  • Activities

    • course
    • conference
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Fokhol farm

Fokhol farm

Fokhol is a biodynamic farm situated 120 km north of Oslo on the sunny side of the lake Mjøsa; an area with very good conditions for farming. In the ma...

Fokhol farm

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