If you go through the middle of Creuse, for example Ahun, Aubusson, Banize, etc.. I highly recommend that you ask for the goat-herder of Banize, "le Chevrier". It is set away from the village, about 3-4 km, so getting there you'll have to go by car or bike, or take a long walk in the "creusois" countryside. The goat farm is quite large, with several blocks, a little store, room to store cheese, etc. It is located next to a road, in a small valley. As you can imagine, everything is very quiet, so do not despair if you do not get served in 5 minutes. If you ask nicely, you can visit the animals, blocks, etc., and thus understand where all these round delicacies come from. The cheeses that you can get (all goat cheeses), are basically cured and semi-cured, although there are different sizes and some are flavored with spices. There's "Crottin de Chavignol", a typical semi-hard goat cheese found in many places in France. Prices range from about €2 per piece for the smallest cheeses to €7-8 for the larger pieces.