Breeding animals in the Roman
Tuscia, hence in the Biological Property
of the “Due Laghi”, belongs
to a tradition which survives since the
In fact, the prehistoric lake village of
the Marmotta, which is about 1 km far from
the property, dates back approximately 8500
years ago, when the human being evolved
from a nomad into a permanent form of society,
discovering agriculture and breeding.
About four hundred animals (horses, cows
of the Maremma, goats of Malta and Sicily
and sheeps) feed on the possession.
The horses are destined both to the training
and riding in the Horse-riding club, while
the other animals refournish, with their
meat and cheese, the restaurant “La
Posta de’ Cavalieri”.
Types of cheese like “ricotta”,
“first salt” cheese, mature
and spiced cheese, all based on goat’s
milk, are produced in the cheese factory
and can be also sold outside of the property.