part of the land of the feudal castle overhanging it, Château
Lagrange Monbadon shares its history.
It is interesting to note that in order to maintain a flourishing
19th century tradition, since the castle had then a dairy producing
a well-known butter, a herd of limousines cows presently occupies
land which is not planted in vines.
At winter time, this herd gives an excellent dung, periodically
spread around the trees. In the same way, a sheep herd already mentioned for the feudal castle identically grazes in the vines at the start of winter.
Mixed farming of the old estate has also given way to horses
and a hunting preserve, where pheasants, hares and deers can be
met fortuitously while strolling.
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