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Bonafarm fields of operation

Every product at Bonafarm has its own story written by the Group from the foreword to the end. Every single letter of this story represents the centuries-old tradition of our predecessors. This is why every Bonafarm story has a happy ending, with top-quality food and drinks served.

Hunting, hospitality and fishing

The business activities of the company group are diversified by hunting and related hospitality activities in Bóly and fishing at the Dalmand site. Stretching over 33,000 hectares, the superb hunting area of Bóly dotted with forests and reeds is home to magnificent deer, stag, wild boar and small game stocks.

Our high quality services, the abundance of our wild game and our 13-room, four-star hunting lodge at Békáspuszta are popular among hunters with high standards. In addition to hunting, we offer family friendly optional programmes all year round. The most popular of these are the tour and wine tasting at our Villány winery, bathing at Harkány, visits to the castle of Siklós and the Mohács memorial park as well as sightseeing, horse-riding and cycling. We welcome our guests with traditional Hungarian meals, agreeable hunting, high-standard accommodation and lively programmes.

To make a booking please contact: Klára Hosszú, klara.hosszu@boly.bonafarm.hu

The 220-hectare network of fish ponds in Dalmand breeds carp and predatory fish. This sector of our company operates a full-scale fish hatchery. We ourselves perform each and every step of the breeding process from fish breeding to producing fish for the market. With funding from the European Fisheries Fund, we have implemented a progeny breeding system to produce and safely winter the breeding stock, which uses water saving and environmentally friendly facultative recirculation technology. The fish are fed with crops grown by Dalmand Zrt. They are normally fed wheat and corn, with the younger fish being given groats.