Dairy farmers and Fromages Bach are united by a charter that incorporates the founding values of the cheese dairy and reflects this shared commitment to excellence. As part of this collaboration, the breeders undertake to produce quality milk, GMO-free, ENSILAGE-free and ANTIBIOTIC-free. In return, we are committed to enhancing the value of their work through the quality of our products.

Milk collection

Milk is collected locally, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. The dairy is located at the crossroads of several terroirs: the Bourbonnais bocage, the Montagne Bourbonnaise, the Auvergne volcanoes, the Livradois Forez and the Combrailles. Every day, our drivers criss-cross the region to collect raw goat's milk.

The farms sign up to a quality charter with the cheese dairy. Transparency is at the heart of our collaboration, enabling everyone involved to progress together. 

The main requirements of our quality charter relate to :

Where are the BACH cheese producers?

Feeding goats

Feeding goats is crucial to their health and productivity.

Alfalfa hay is a key component of their diet, rich in protein and essential minerals.

Clover hay, another important source of nutrients, complements alfalfa hay by providing additional fiber and protein.

Grazing also plays a vital role in the goats' diet, offering them the opportunity to graze on a variety of grasses and plants, which contributes to their general well-being.

Finally, cereals such as maize and rapeseed meal are integrated into their feed to provide additional energy and protein.

This combination of feeds ensures complete nutrition, promoting good health and optimal production, whether in terms of milk or meat.

Who are the BACH cheese producers?

Franck Roméas

Manuel Trocque

Gaec du Paon bleu