For getting back to nature and rediscovering the joys of the countryside, there’s nothing better than a farm visit. Whether it is to understand how a farm functions or to explore an independent producer’s farm, the farms of the Aveyron open their doors to you.
Farm visits - Veau d'Aveyron et du Ségala (Aveyron and Ségala Veal)
Come and discover the particular atmosphere of the 2nd largest livestock market in France.
Geneviève and Alain share with you their passion for goats and their magnificent white fleece.
Free visits of the Ferme Bio (organic farm). The animals in their setting and the production techniques of dairy products and charcuterie.
Francis Grau and Guillaume Barrau have set up a breeding farm in the Domaine de Nayac, in the municipality of Saint Rome de Tarn. Besides cattle (Aubrac species), Bayeux pigs have been added to the herd 8 years ago for their taste quality.
A more than 50 year old Roquefort brand, La Pastourelle still exists thanks to the investment of a few breeders, united in a co-operative. Direct sales of Roquefort La Pastourelle at the Fromageries Occitanes in Lauras.
Philippe and Christelle STOUTAH welcome you all year round to their farm where they breed Aubrac cows. The farm is situated in the village of Terrisse and comprises sixty or so Aubrac breeding cows.
Farm: visits of the farm cheese and milk sheep breeding. Tasting and sales of cheese. Visits in July and August, on Thursdays and Fridays at 4pm. Groups by prior arrangement all year round, contact us.
Nestled between the Truyère and the foothills of Carladez, in a preserved nature, the chestnut grove of Chantal and Jean-François Clermont has regained its colours to excite your taste buds with products with plain or sweet flavours (chestnuts, chestnut cream, chestnut flour and liqueur). Take note all gourmets...
Visits of the processing room and tastings. Sales of farm products.
Michel, Jérôme, Delphine and Guillaume will be pleased to welcome you and show you their Lacune race sheep farm.