Ausacker (Danish: Oksager ) is a municipality on Winderatter lake fishing in the district of Schleswig -Flensburg, in Schleswig- Holstein. Ausackerholz ( Oksagerskov ) Ausacker Westerholzmuehle ( Oksager Vesterskov ) and dam end ( Lady de ) are in the municipal area.


Megalithic monuments and discoveries of settlement sites show that the municipality was already inhabited in the Neolithic and Bronze Age.

Ausacker was mentioned in 1441 as Uxerager ( cattle drift, where oxen are kept ). The place belonged to Husbyharde and Parish Husby.

The church today was created in 1970 from the previously independent municipalities Ausacker and Ausackerholz.


Since the local elections of 2013, the voter community WG has all nine seats in the municipal council.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "With a silver wave beams of blue and red left diagonally divided. Above, a frontal asked golden ox head, down two open silver beech nuts. "

By the ox head in the arms of the municipality Ausacker the city name is suggestively into the picture. It should convey the idea of a " field, grazing on the Ox". The wave bar symbolizes the keel jam, one of the two source rivers of treene, which flows through the territory of the municipality. The two stylized beechnuts indicate remainders once extensive beech forests in the municipality. The coloring of the coat of arms is based on the geographical location of the village: The blue field with golden figure, whose membership in the district of Schleswig -Flensburg out while the red with silver figures is to indicate the earlier inclusion in the Husbyharde whose alleged landmark in the has representation of the unofficial emblem of the landscape fishing at Schlothfeldt red - silver tincture.

The castle Böge Castle

In the municipality there are the remains of a castle ( Motte ), which was built on a hill and was surrounded by a moat and a rampart.