De Groene Griffioen

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Milk from the bucket straight to the bottle.
The cows of De Groene Griffioen feeding on fermented grass in the winter.

Milk, yogurt, ice cream, meat and cheese. All in 1, 10min train from Amsterdam Centraal!

If you are on the way to Molen De Vriendschap, do not forget to pass by de Groene Griffioen[1].

Since 2009, this cow farm has transitioned to (almost) 100% sustainable farming. To that end and rarely enough, their montbeliard cows are not only raised for milk production. They may not be as productive as standard dutch cows, they however are raised for their meat. Grazing for 6 month outside in the fields, they are fed fermented grass (with a little bit or soy supplements when in the heart of winter…) through the rest of the year: which guarantees flavorful dairy.

You could surely call on MOMA Amsterdam[2]. You could also cycle to the farm and get your hands on their raw milk, yogurts, ice cream, meats and lekker cheeses (we recommend the jonge belegen with nettles). Half the price of any supermarket in the city, that’s good enough of a reason already!

Take a sneak peek

🎞🎥The soft protest, digest at the cow farm


Lange Muiderweg 18A
1382 LA Weesp

Opening hours
Tuesday 10:00 - 12:00
Friday: 15:00 - 18:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 16:00

Tel: +31 (0)6 42164533
Website: []


  1. Biologische melkveehouderij, kaasmakerij
  2. A small scale transportation company which makes the connection between the city and the farm