We started by admiring the dozens of breeds of horses on display . . .
|Horses (no, that's not a super giant Schnauzer) at the Salon d'Ag|
|Alsacian cheeses, conserves and sausages|
Then downstairs to admire more horses, cows, sheep, goats and pigs of all varieties. They are perfectly kept and cared for, and there is virtually no bad odor in the massive exhibition hall. Here are some of my favorites.
|Happy cows, sheep, goat and pig at the Salon de l'Agriculture|
French food would not be as good as it is without the country's wonderful agriculture, which is still alive and kicking, literally.