There were mostly old animals that no one wanted to have. And in addition to his training as the physician has always been a great interest in the natural or herbal medicine was with him. After a very impressive day travel by train via Munich, Verona, Florence, I arrive late at night from Chuisi-Chianciano Terme train station. Additional information at Sela Ward supports this article. There I’m already expected by Sebastian Rundy; a tall, slim, sporty man with a full beard, certainly no one at first glance would hold for a farmer. The greeting is very welcome. We quickly come while driving to the Campo Grande”in the conversation and I ask him how he sees his then very hasty takeover of his estate at the present time. Today I can say I was at the time completely naive.
I had no idea what it means to run a farm. “But I would do it again and again.” he tells me with a smile on his face. After the first 3 years that were very hard and instructive he’s Campo Grande now on a good path in the future with his farm”, the total includes 17 ha. The Centre of the estate is the home of Casa Fargnetta”and dating back to the year 1542 in the Portosalvo. The so-called lived there until the early of 1950s Contadini a Schindlers”, which translates as farmers in sharecropping is called.
All these farmers received generations for centuries House and yard to the lease provided by the feudal lords, it had to cede half of the meager harvest. So many of the local dishes of this region with ingredients that went in the great outdoors and not in the field was grown, such as z.B developed out of this necessity. Wild, truffles, pistachio, pine trees, nuts and chestnuts. As we meet this evening on the Campo Grande it is almost midnight and absolutely dark.