We loved the market!
Choice of black or bright yellow, a couple different heights and several sizes. Rich, and his size 13 feet, even found some there. We paid $8/pair. They look pretty much like the ones we bought for the ranch....
There are no pens at this market (or at the one in Cuenca). The people and all the animals mingle in a large area. Some are tethered, but most are not. Maybe a rope to keep the animal close to the selling family, sometimes no rope. Usually no muzzle either, so you have to be careful walking around so you don't get hurt.
This little calf was just days old. Mom and baby were being sold as a pair. The cute little girl above was minding the sheep for her parents. Everyone in the family has a job at the market.
Intense sun that day. Don't forget your hat!
All kinds of rural life-related stuff on sale. This red car is packed with a grass purchase to take home.
Another fine purchase above.
There is crazy parking in a small lot at the entrance.
Lots of trucks and people loading/unloading. Many animal vehicles inside the market, too. If you drive, be prepared for chaos. Might be easier to park a ways up the road and walk in.
Another fun day in the Country!
(See previous post for the other Asogues activities.)