Come and experience nature. meet the main players at the fico farm, come see our animals and the vegetation that makes the italian landscape unique

Did you know that the pigs at FICO aren’t all pink, and that here visitors can stroll through 60 different varieties of Italian grapevines?
Experience a total immersion in the most abundant representation of Italy’s biodiversity, with over 2 hectares of fields and stables, more than 200 animals, and over 2000 cultivars from all over Italy.
Farms and Breeders
Animals
The thrill of having our children experience our grandparents’ past
Beef cattle
Beef cattle
Did you know that the Chianina and Romagnola breeds were once those most widely used to pull carts? At FICO, visitors have the opportunity to learn about the 6 breeds of beef cattle bred here, and if they’re lucky they’ll get to see a calf or two. There’s one with very large horns, and a descendant of the Pakistani zebu. Come and meet them!
Dairy cattle
Dairy cattle
Did you know that the best-known breed of dairy cattle is called the Friesian? It’s the kind that children always draw, with the black and white coat, but it’s not the only one famous for its milk. In fact, at FICO visitors will also find the Brown, White and Red breeds.
Goats
Goats
Did you know that the most popular animal at the FICO farm is the Rebel goat? A docile and affectionate Chamois Colored Goat who likes to wander freely among the FICO farm’s stables.
Rabbits
Rabbits
Did you know that the flavor of a rabbit’s meat depends on its diet? The rabbits at FICO are the Californian and Viterbo Leprino breeds. One is strong and muscular, the other thin and elastic
Horses and Donkeys
Horses and Donkeys
Did you know that the donkey is the nicest animal on the farm? Alongside the Italian Farm Horse, at FICO guests will also meet 3 different breeds of noisy donkeys: the Amiata from Toscana, the Martina Franca from Puglia, and the one from Romagna.
Geese
Geese
Did you know that the ancient Romans were crazy about geese? In our grandparents’ day, every Italian farmyard or courtyard had a goose roaming around. At FICO we care about tradition... that’s why visitors are given the opportunity to learn about the two most famous breeds: the Romagnola and the Toulouse. Find out which is the bigger!
Sheep
Sheep
Did you know that sheep and goat breeding began in the Fertile Crescent around 10,000 B.C.? FICO is home to Bergamasca, Comisana and Sarda breeds of sheep. Follow the flock and don’t let it get away!
Pigs
Pigs
Did you know that pigs aren’t all pink? There are even some breeds that are quite famous, with white, gray and black fur. The famous Cinta Senese even has a slate-black colored coat with a white belt.

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