It all began when six sisters-farms with common values and beliefs have joined La Bergerie du Margot over the years, to strengthen our common goal and meet the growing demand for Seaweed Fed lamb, our certified product with unique features. We are now proud to continue the collective momentum of this project that brings us together: to offer a top-quality local lamb, resulting from breeding where respect for animal welfare and the environment are at the forefront.
Here are the farms that share our collective know-how.
Bergeries du Margot
Located in Bonaventure, in the Baie-des-Chaleurs region, this sheepfold has been in production since 1990. With 650 ewes to its credit, it is the second generation of producers to leave its mark there.
Located in L’Ascension-de-Patapédia, in the Plateaux de la Gaspésie since 1968, this 3rd generation of producers currently has 930 ewes.
Bergerie Du Faubourg
Located in Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski, in the Bas-St-Laurent, this sheepfold has been working in sheep production since 1977. Currently counting 1150 ewes, it is now the 3rd generation of sheep producers.
Ferme Richard et Fils
Located in Nouvelle in Baie-des-Chaleurs, this first generation of producers in 2016 currently has 250 ewes.
Located in New Richmond in the Baie-des-Chaleurs, it is a production of 150 ewes that just took place in 2018. Visit their Facebook page to learn more.
Bergerie de la petite coulée
In its cocoon in Saint-Alphonse, in Baie-des-Chaleurs for 3 generations, this sheepfold has 440 ewes.
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