The goats in our farm are 80 and belong to Camosciata, with the typical brown coat. Camosciata is a medium-big goat and stands out for its ability to adapt and resist. The head is small and thin, the body is strong and wide.
The name comes from the color of its fur that is similar to the one of ”camoscio alpino”: it is fulvous.
There are 2/3 beaks on the farm and they take care of the fertilization of the goats during the autumn period.
They produce about 3/5 liters per day of milk that is used for the production of prized goats cheeses.