Frontalasca Goats
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Frontalasca Goats are from Frontale in Val Rezzalo, Italy. They are similar to Swiss Grigionese Goats. They are reared in the Valtellina, Val Malenco, Val Masino, and Valchiavenna, valleys.

They have a black coat with white steaks at the sides of their head, bosom, sub-caudal area, and at the limbs toes. They have medium length thick shiny hair and long sabre-shaped horns.

They are a dairy breed, but they are also reared for meat as well. A typical by-product is “Viulìn de càvra de Ciavéna” from salted spiced thigh and shoulder, aged for 2-3 months.

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