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About Ciociara Grigia GoatsAbout Ciociara Grigia Goats



Photo Source: Agraia.org
Photo Source: Agraia.org


Ciociara Grigia, fondly known as the "Two Women Grey" Goats, are believed to have their origins rooted in the majestic Mount Ausoni and Aurunci regions of Italy, where a resilient few still thrive today. Adorned in a coat of plain silver grey, blending both light and dark hues, these goats exude an aura of timeless elegance with their long-haired, silken pelts enveloping a sleek grey skin.

With a versatile presence, Ciociara Grigia goats grace the landscape both with and without horns, their graceful silhouettes embodying the essence of rustic charm and robust vitality. Renowned for their dual-purpose utility, these goats are prized for their exceptional milk production capabilities and the tender meat of their offspring.

In the culinary realm, Ciociara Grigia goats play a pivotal role, their succulent kid meat cherished as a delicacy steeped in tradition and culinary heritage. Their milk, rich and creamy, forms the cornerstone of regional dairy products, adding a touch of wholesome goodness to the culinary repertoire of Mount Ausoni and Aurunci.

As guardians of ancient agricultural traditions and esteemed contributors to the culinary tapestry of Italy's mountainous regions, Ciociara Grigia goats stand as enduring symbols of resilience and vitality, embodying the timeless bond between humans and their cherished livestock amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Mount Ausoni and Aurunci.