Open gardenfestival Danish Garden Society
For the first time the Bækbølling Gamle Mejeri Garden is officially open for visitors.
Looking back on 2015
Part of the garden is tidied up and the dairy factory is visible again from the southern part of the garden.
It was a sad day when we had to take down the chimney. Severe frost damage made this colossus a danger to passing traffic. With support of the municipality the chimney was removed from its spot, but not from our memory.
It lives on in our logo, and is present by its absence.
We buy the old dairy factory. The buildings and garden have been largely neglected since production was stopped in 1978, or maybe even earlier on. The buildings were used for other purposes on and off, but for the last couple of years stood empty.
Article in the local press when the dairy is 100 years old.
Production of butter and cream at the diary factory in Bækbølling is halted permanently.
Bækbølling's dairy cooperative and the dairy in Holsted merge.
An English reconnaissance plane in search of German stragglers takes the first ever aerial photograph of the dairy.(Danmarks Miljøportal )
In 1941 a garden is established opposite the dairy. Parts of this original garden still exist today.
The inhabitants of Jutland vote for reunification with Denmark after Germany looses WWI.
Because of improvements in both agricultural practices and dairy production an extention is needed. On the west side about 50 m2 is added, so that the manager now has separate living quarters.(Local Archive Holsted
Inauguration of Bækbølling's dairy cooperative. Butter and cream are produced.