Farm sales of "chèvre du Rove" cheese on Wednesday and Sunday mornings from 10am to midday or bt request, 4km from Entraygues.
The Chèvre de Rove, this rare breed of goat originates from the village of Rove, close to Marseilles. It surprises because of its ears, naturally 'broken', its large horns, it's brown or red coat and its rustic character. On the sunny hillsides of the Lot valley, the goats are out to pasture all year round eating a diversity of vegetation, often aromatic, including heather, common heather, broom, brambles, tansy, achillea and grasses. The milk is then transformed respecting traditional methods and the standards in force.
GPS coordinates lat. 44° 38' 54" - long. 2° 33' 1"
Place : FROMAGES DE CHEVRES DU ROVE La Borie de Banroques, 12140 Entraygues-sur-Truyère Telephone 33 (0)5 65 51 61 47