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Ferme La Jasse de Durbi

Mondragon

Ferme La Jasse de Durbi

We are farmers, raising dairy ewes and producing farmhouse ewe's milk cheese and olive oil. Our farm store is open every day from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Fromagerie d'Albion (cheese dairy) - Aux Goûts Tendres

Saint-Christol

Fromagerie d'Albion (cheese dairy) - Aux Goûts Tendres

The Fromagerie d'Albion offers raw milk goat's and ewe's milk cheeses such as the famous Banon and at the same time organic products from their aromatic and medicinal plant garden "Aux Goûts Tendres" (jams, herbal teas, syrups...).

Organic Farming (AB)

La Chèvrerie des Fontaines

Pernes-les-Fontaines

La Chèvrerie des Fontaines

Small family-run farm with around 30 Alpine chamois and Provençal goats. Open from March to November on Wednesdays and Fridays, and Fridays only in December. Then on order from January to February.

La Chèvrerie Provençale

Pernes-les-Fontaines

La Chèvrerie Provençale

Family breeding of goats (Roves and Provençales) and ewes (Thônes and Marthod) that graze all year round.

La Malautière goat farm

Malaucène

La Malautière goat farm

Our farm of 45 Alpine goats, located at the foot of Mont Ventoux, employs sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices. Our farm cheeses are produced entirely from our goats' milk and moulded in the traditional way.

Les chèvres de St Jean

Sault

Les chèvres de St Jean

Direct selling of cheese every day from 3:30 - 7:00 pm except on Tuesdays and Sundays. On market at Sault every Wednesday morning from March to November.

The Chèvrerie de Condi goat farm

Mornas

The Chèvrerie de Condi goat farm

Florence Gaigne started farming in 2010. She has 40 Alpine goats. She makes cheese from all of the milk they produce and sells all of it in a short circuit, with most sold directly at the farm.