About Monticellana Goats
Goats come from a goat present in Latium at the beginning of the XXth
century, they are also called ‘Bianca Romana’. In the area of Monte San Biagio
(Province of Latina – Latium) there are about thirty breeders owning one
They have white coats with white-rosy skin;
both sexes bear horns. They are a rustic breed, reared either for milk (used to
make cheese) or for meat (kids).
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