If there’s one thing just flowing in abundance in Fila Naranjo, it’s cows. Cows on cows on cows.
And well, of course, coffee. But besides coffee, ganado (livestock) and dairy products are the community’s biggest income generating activities.
Ganado, including pigs, chickens, and beef cattle are raised to be sold for their meat to local families and distributors.
Dairy products, mostly made from cow milk, are made into the 3 Costa Rican dairy staples: queso (cheese), natilla (sour cream) and leche (milk). Continue reading