Azer sheepfold in Gallargues-le-Montueux on the banks of the Vidourle
In the villages of southern France sheep traditionally cleaned paths and ditches of invasive weeds. Today, there is only one shepherd left in Gallargues-le-Montueux: Thomas Moure and his azer breeding .
Privileging the welfare of the animals, this shepherd tries to obtain more rustic breeds which will be able to spend more time outdoors. Without requiring a return to the sheepfold. In addition, Thomas Moure's farm benefits from the alluvium and humidity on the banks of the river Vidourle: this is essential during periods of drought.
Contact: Thomas Moure: 06 84 90 72 62, 30660 Gallargues-le-Montueux.
Sheepfold of Thomas Moure in Gallargues-le-Montueux: "azer" breeding.
Photographs of Thomas Moure's sheepfold in Grand-Gallargues