THE MOOR FARM
Granja EL MORO is a dairy goat farm with its own cheese factory.
It is located in Figarol, a small town on the upper bank of Navarra, close to the Natural Park of Las Bardenas Reales, (World Biosphere Reserve).
The cheese factory is next to the goat farm, from which all the milk used to make our cheeses will be obtained.
On the farm there are about 450 adult goats, which are the ones that produce milk. It is, for the most part, goats of the Murcian-Granadina breed; although there are also some goats of the Malaga breed.
At the moment, we market four types of cheese. Three of them, from pasteurized milk from our goats. And one, from raw milk.
FRESH GOAT CHEESE: It is a Burgos-type fresh cheese made with pasteurized goat’s milk. It comes in transparent plastic tubs and weighs approximately 380-400 grams.
SEMI-CURED GOAT CHEESE: It is a matured cheese made with pasteurized goat’s milk. It has a maturation of between 5 and 7 weeks. Its rind is whitish-green in color and it is packaged without washing. It comes wrapped in white paper and weighs approximately 500-600 grams.
CURED GOAT CHEESE: It is a matured cheese made with pasteurized goat’s milk. It is matured for three months. Its bark is grayish green and it is packaged without washing. It is presented wrapped in transparent film paper and weighs approximately 400-500 grams.
CURED RAW GOAT ‘S MILK CHEESE : It is a matured cheese made with raw milk of goat. It has a maturation of three months or more. Its bark is colored green grayish Y I know packs without to wash. I know presents vacuum packed Y have an weight of 400-500 grams approximately.