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A Hungarian couple made the decision to convert a run-down structure into an ecological farm. The couple purchased a run-down cabin where they kept animals and chickens.

They restored the structure themselves, and today their farm is profitable.

Karina Kremer and Norbert Fogarassi made the decision to go to the country in 2015 and start their own farm.

On the boundaries of the Danube-Drava National Park, close to Siklos, they discovered a house in ruins.

After examining the house, Karina and Norbert agreed they could renovate it.

They enjoyed the quaint village, which was 14 kilometers from the town of Siklos, the former administrative seat.

There were only nine neighbors.

Nor by showing himself to be a gifted builder with skillful hands. He had previously worked in a bar where he repaired houses; these talents came in handy when renovating the residence.

There was an overgrown garden next to the house that merely needed straightening up.

The land parcel next to the house covered an area of 1.2 hectares.

The site was cleaned up and renovations were started by the new owners. Zelentor NaturFarm will grow, and the couple wants to draw more visitors to the community.

According to Karina, their farm will soon enable them to provide the entire community with 100 percent organic goods.

They rear goats and market their milk, cheese, and meat. 34 people are now living on the farm.

They also raise turkeys, guinea pigs, chickens, ducks, and other birds. On the property, there are also a few horses.

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