pastillas de jabón de leche de cabra
Gabrasrosa
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El proyecto

Adopta una cabra del rebaño de "Gabrasrosa" en Pierrefaites (Francia) y recibe tu cosecha a domicilio en forma de pastillas de jabón de leche de cabra. La Farmer Sarah cuidará de tu adopción y le sacará una foto. También podrás descargarte un certificado de adopción y, si quieres, planificar una visita a la finca. Como la cosecha por temporada de una cabra es tan grande, la adopción será compartida por varias personas. Si quieres más siempre podrás hacer una nueva adopción. No hay compromiso de permanencia: una vez que recibas el producto y si te gusta la experiencia, podrás decidir si renovar tu adopción.

El proyecto

Adopta una cabra del rebaño de "Gabrasrosa" en Pierrefaites (Francia) y recibe tu cosecha a domicilio en forma de pastillas de jabón de leche de cabra. La Farmer Sarah cuidará de tu adopción y le sacará una foto. También podrás descargarte un certificado de adopción y, si quieres, planificar una visita a la finca. Como la cosecha por temporada de una cabra es tan grande, la adopción será compartida por varias personas. Si quieres más siempre podrás hacer una nueva adopción. No hay compromiso de permanencia: una vez que recibas el producto y si te gusta la experiencia, podrás decidir si renovar tu adopción.

¿Qué adoptas?
Adoptas una cabra que cuidamos bajo la normativa de Agricultura Ecológica de la Unión Europea desde 2016. Te proponemos adoptar nuestros Chèvres de Lorraine. Esta robusta y baja población de cabras, originaria del Este de Francia, ha desaparecido casi por completo a favor de razas más adaptadas a la producción industrial, y estamos orgullosos de contribuir a su preservación. Nuestras cabras son criadas al aire libre. Tienen a su disposición refugios que eligen usar o no dependiendo de las condiciones climáticas. Sólo las mantenemos dentro unos pocos días al año, cuando dan a luz, para proteger a los recién nacidos de los zorros y promover el vínculo materno. Las cabras comen principalmente forraje (hierba, pastos y heno) y se complementan durante un corto periodo antes y después del parto con cereales y legumbres orgánicas compradas a un agricultor vecino. Un sistema de pastoreo rotativo preserva la vegetación de los pastos secos y las zonas húmedas que frecuentan y ayuda a limitar la necesidad de tratamientos de control de plagas. Cuidamos a nuestros animales con métodos alternativos siempre que es posible. Los cabritos nacidos en la granja están destinados a la cría o al pastoreo. Como criamos una raza pequeña, generalmente no tenemos dificultades para colocar los animales. Las cabras que llegan a la edad de jubilación se incluyen en el grupo de animales utilizados para la terapia animal. Producimos cosméticos naturales a partir de materias primas locales, incluyendo jabones de leche de cabra. Cultivamos nosotros mismos, de acuerdo con las especificaciones del AB, la mayoría de las plantas medicinales utilizadas (ortiga, hierba de San Juan, caléndula, lavanda) y pretendemos ser autosuficientes en la producción de aceites esenciales en los próximos 2 años. Para hacer 500 gramos de jabón, usamos 100g de leche de cabra. Nuestros proyectos han sido recompensados con un premio del concurso "Árboles del futuro", un premio del concurso "Ideas inspiradas" del departamento de Haute-Marne y el primer premio de la Fundación del Patrimonio para la Biodiversidad Animal. La vida productiva de una cabra es de unos 10 años. Mientras tú quieras y nosotros podamos seguir cuidándolo, podrás renovar tu adopción año tras año. Si tu cabra muere, te la repondremos sin ningún coste adicional y asegurándote el envío de la producción de los otros animales. Cada cabra será adoptada por 200 CrowdFarmers que recibirán una caja con 1kg de pastillas de jabón de leche de cabra.
¿Qué recibes?
Cada temporada te enviaremos una caja con: 5 x __ pastillas de jabón de leche de cabra__ (100g) Hecho en frío en nuestro laboratorio en la granja, con la preservación de la glicerina en el jabón, los jabones contienen 17% de leche de cabra de nuestra granja. Las grasas (aceite de colza y manteca) provienen de granjas ecológicas vecinas a la nuestra. Las plantas y los aceites esenciales utilizados se producen principalmente en nuestra granja. Por favor, seca bien los jabones de leche de cabra entre cada uso para evitar que se deshagan demasiado rápido. Se mantendrán por un período de tiempo ilimitado. __Recibirás 5 jabones diferentes:__ 1 Caléndula (enriquecida con un macerado de flores de caléndula) 1 Miel (adición de un 5% de miel de flores) 1 Lavandín (adición de arcilla azul y aceite esencial de lavandín) 1 Equinoccio (enriquecido con un macerado de hierba de San Juan, con la adición de arcilla roja y aceite esencial de palmarosa) 1 Ortiga de limoncillo (enriquecida con macerado de ortiga, con la adición de arcilla verde y aceite esencial de limoncillo) Recibirás tu cosecha personalizada con el nombre que elijas durante el proceso de adopción.
¿Cuándo lo recibes?
Más abajo puedes ver la fecha límite para poder participar en este proyecto (fecha límite de adopción). A partir de esta fecha la Farmer empezará a preparar los pedidos de las cajas que debe enviar. Durante el proceso de compra podrás elegir una de las fechas que la Farmer propone para recibir tu caja. Ordeñamos nuestras cabras después de destetar a las crías durante el verano. Los jabones se hacen sobre la marcha y se dejan secar durante un mínimo de 4 semanas, a menudo más. Enviaremos los jabones durante la segunda semana de diciembre, para que los recibas a tiempo para la Navidad.
¿Por qué adoptar?
* Conoce quién, cómo y dónde se producen tus alimentos. Adquiere tus alimentos de forma consciente. * Compra directamente al productor. Ayuda a generar mayor riqueza y mejores trabajos en entornos rurales. * Planifícate y permite que el Farmer cultive bajo demanda. Así conseguiremos evitar el desperdicio de comida que se cultiva sin que tenga venta. * Premia a los Farmers que se esfuerzan por un packaging y unas prácticas de cultivo que respetan el medio ambiente.
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¿Cómo funciona?

Conoce a los Farmers

Conoce a los Farmers

Adopta y planifica tu cosecha

Adopta y planifica tu cosecha

Deja trabajar al Farmer y a la naturaleza

Deja trabajar al Farmer y a la naturaleza

Recibe la cosecha a domicilio

Recibe la cosecha a domicilio

Fecha límite adopción 22/11/2020
Entregas a partir del 10/12/2020

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País de destino España

Precio final:

46,40€ / Temporada

Incluye adopción, preparación y envío de un pedido.

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Sarah Bernhard-Papin
The Gabrasrosa soap factory is a couple's project. The dream of living on a real farm had been on our minds for a long time. After working in forestry and silviculture, Dominique needed a career change to preserve himself physically. For my part, in addition to my job as a farm management trainer, I had for a long time a large garden and 2 dairy goats, but like Dominique, I wanted more. More space to experiment with alternative farming techniques, more freedom to act, more contact with wildlife. So we took the plunge and embarked on a great adventure. The beginnings were difficult, and that was to be expected. We wanted to limit the amount of loans, so we did a lot by ourselves. Material discomfort, physical and moral fatigue were our companions for a long time. But little by little, fences were put up, crops began to grow, the herd adapted to its new environment. A small place to live allows us to warm up and rest a little. Finally, we were able to think about developing our production activities. The start-up of the soap factory is thus the culmination of four years of hard work. Today, we look after the goats together and both work on the soap production. Apart from that, we each have dedicated tasks. Dominique takes care of the horses, the heavy farm work and anything involving a chainsaw or a tractor. I take care of the endless office work, the plants and the health of the animals. We want to offer our products to CrowdFarmers to optimise the marketing of our production, so that we can devote as much time as possible to the management of the natural areas for which we are responsible. There is still a lot to be done to rehabilitate our meadows and make them even more welcoming for the many rare species they host.
Sarah Bernhard-Papin

"Bringing producers and consumers closer together seems to be essential at a time when societal demand is moving towards greater transparency and quality, while producers often struggle to find cost-effective outlets for their products. As production and consumption areas are nowadays often very far apart, bringing them closer together using modern communication tools seems entirely appropriate. In this way, consumers can have access to quality products and support the work of producers while helping to maintain profitable economic activities in fragile rural territories."

Gabrasrosa
Gabrasrosa
The Moulin Jobard farm is located on the site of an old mill, away from a small village in the Haute-Marne region of eastern France. It is situated in the "diagonal of the void", characterised by low population density and a marked rural decline. The name of the soap kitchen (Gabras = goat in Celtic and Rosa = rose in Latin) refers to the dual production activity of the farm: the Lorraine goats for the milk and the cultivation of perfume and medicinal plants. In search of a preserved quality of life and out of a taste for rural way of living, we, Sarah and Dominique, have chosen to settle here. After many years of research, we finally succeeded in buying a farm that suited our life project. A small house, a few dozen hectares of land all around, lots of trees, a river, diverse biotopes and few neighbours: here we are at home! Farming (management): The farm had been abandoned after a fairly long period of excessive use. We have brought it back to life with a herd of Lorraine goats, perfume and medicinal plants and a horse therapy activity. From the beginning, we set up working methods to restore the balance of the ecosystems: rotational grazing, contour subsoiling, cultivation on living soil... Several partnerships with wildlife protection associations have enabled us to establish a development program to promote the site's cultivated and wild biodiversity since our arrival in 2016 (ponds, planting of fodder trees, nesting boxes for birds of prey, dry stone walls...). Water: Water management is a major concern for us, with heavy and poorly distributed rainfalls, and compacted land due to overgrazing. We thus go from waterlogged pastures to a severe water shortage within a few weeks. Therefore we have, among other things, set up a network of storage and infiltration ponds to meet the water needs of our animals and crops, to multiply the habitats for aquatic species and also to slow down the flow of the water heading downstream. We water our scented, drip irrigated plants very little. Mulching, plant cover and protective trees are also used to limit the farm's water needs. Resources: Our various renovation and construction projects give priority to ecological materials and we make maximum use of reclaimed or farm-produced lumber. A planted greywater system and a wood-fuelled hot water production system (sanitary and heating) complete our approach. The soap factory produces very little waste, most of which is recyclable. Local raw materials are transported in reusable containers. Employment: Looking for a product that can be marketed beyond the limits of our territory, we decided to produce cosmetics, formulated to favour local and organic sourcing. In this way, our activity, in addition to ensuring the viability of our farm, also allows us to diversify the production and income of neighbouring farms. Our long-term objective is to be able to hire a co-worker, in addition to an income for both of us. The Moulin Jobard farm is located on the site of an old mill, away from a small village in the Haute-Marne region of eastern France. It is situated in the "diagonal of the void", characterised by low population density and a marked rural decline. The name of the soap kitchen (Gabras = goat in Celtic and Rosa = rose in Latin) refers to the dual production activity of the farm: the Lorraine goats for the milk and the cultivation of perfume and medicinal plants. In search of a preserved quality of life and out of a taste for rural way of living, we, Sarah and Dominique, have chosen to settle here. After many years of research, we finally succeeded in buying a farm that suited our life project. A small house, a few dozen hectares of land all around, lots of trees, a river, diverse biotopes and few neighbours: here we are at home! Farming (management): The farm had been abandoned after a fairly long period of excessive use. We have brought it back to life with a herd of Lorraine goats, perfume and medicinal plants and a horse therapy activity. From the beginning, we set up working methods to restore the balance of the ecosystems: rotational grazing, contour subsoiling, cultivation on living soil... Several partnerships with wildlife protection associations have enabled us to establish a development program to promote the site's cultivated and wild biodiversity since our arrival in 2016 (ponds, planting of fodder trees, nesting boxes for birds of prey, dry stone walls...). Water: Water management is a major concern for us, with heavy and poorly distributed rainfalls, and compacted land due to overgrazing. We thus go from waterlogged pastures to a severe water shortage within a few weeks. Therefore we have, among other things, set up a network of storage and infiltration ponds to meet the water needs of our animals and crops, to multiply the habitats for aquatic species and also to slow down the flow of the water heading downstream. We water our scented, drip irrigated plants very little. Mulching, plant cover and protective trees are also used to limit the farm's water needs. Resources: Our various renovation and construction projects give priority to ecological materials and we make maximum use of reclaimed or farm-produced lumber. A planted greywater system and a wood-fuelled hot water production system (sanitary and heating) complete our approach. The soap factory produces very little waste, most of which is recyclable. Local raw materials are transported in reusable containers. Employment: Looking for a product that can be marketed beyond the limits of our territory, we decided to produce cosmetics, formulated to favour local and organic sourcing. In this way, our activity, in addition to ensuring the viability of our farm, also allows us to diversify the production and income of neighbouring farms. Our long-term objective is to be able to hire a co-worker, in addition to an income for both of us. Beyond Organic Agriculture, we have adopted the principles of Holistic Management and established a plan to optimise the farm's triple bottom line. All our decisions are based on the evaluation of the expected benefits and potential effects on the natural and social environment of the farm, our quality of life and the income generated: ecology, ethics and economy are of equal importance to us.
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Información técnica
Dirección
Gabrasrosa, Pierrefaites, FR
Altitud
280m
Dimensión
30ha
Equipo
1 mujer y 1 hombre
Tamaño del rebaño
40
Técnicas de cultivo
Pastoreo rotativo, agroforestería, silvopastoreo
Localización