Fokhol is a biodynamic farm, Demeter certified, situated 120 km north of Oslo on the sunny side of the lake Mjøsa: An area with very good conditions for farming. With 110 hectar arable land is Fokhol one of the largest biodynamic/organic farms in Norway. Since 1990 a diverse production and crop rotation is developed: 34 cattle for milk and meat, horses for working purposes as a supplement to the tractor-based equipment, graingrowing, vegetables, potatoes, hayfields and pastures.
In the guesthouse, seminars and meetings are taking place. The farm has accomodation facilities for 35 people, conferenceroom as well as smaller rooms for groups. The food is based on products from the farm.
Fokhol is owned by a foundation of common utility, which aims are connected to biodynamic farming in large scale, as well as pedagogical activities and research. The board of the foundation has given the responsibility for the ongoing work, and for the creation of new activities, to a group of people, counting seven persons for the time being. In addition to them, practicants and employees are living and working on the farm for shorter or longer periods.