Agriculture at 1000 meters above sea level
Vegetables, Ancient, Processed Cereals and White Meat from the Apennine Biosphere Reserve
Outdoor breeding of Parma and Piacenza turkey and Romagnola hen, ancient breeds of Emilia-Romagna biodiversity for breeding with natural hatching.
Turkey of Parma and Piacenza
Already present at the Bourbon court in the 19th century, present in many Emilian threshing floors, this turkey is particularly requested for the quality of the meat. Today it is at risk of extinction, and has been gradually abandoned both due to the difficulty of rearing and the poor yield. In fact, the female weighs about 4/6 kg while the male weighs 10/12 kg, with a modest breast from which to obtain "the rump". I make a delicious roast by meticulously boning the whole animal and personalizing it with Luigia herb. All cuts available and also in full bust.
Ancient race of the only two still present in Emilia-Romagna. Small in size, only free range and lover of large spaces, it was gradually abandoned due to the white skin and gray tarsus, because today's market requires yellow legs and leather. Good laying hen produces modest but tastes very tasty white shell eggs.
Wheat Verna and Miracolo mixed in the field and stone ground give rise to a very fragrant flour which we transform into pasta. According to Emilian egg tradition, according to the rules of correct lifestyles, bronze drawn with mixed freshly picked vegetables. Particularly healthy and tasty is the one with freshly picked fresh mixed wild herbs. Available in various formats with bronze system, laminated and hand peeled. Processing also for third parties.
Mountain vegetables grown without fertilizers
Same day collection, sale or transformation
A cultivation philosophy based on forestation, animals and plants in symbiosis, for unique products.
Respect for nature, nourishment philosophy, energy for the organism. My products follow the trend of the seasons and are only available at specific times of the year.
The following mountain vegetables are available according to the seasons: