Goat

Our goats are raised naturally without hormones and unnecessary antibiotics. They enjoy lush pasture with our cattle during grazing season and consume our own hay in the winter. Goat meat is healthier than beef or chicken and is enjoyed by many cultures. In fact, goat meat is the most consumed meat in the world.

Why not give it a try? Here's to your health!

 

Meat Comparison Table

100g
Cooked

Calories
(Kcal)

Fat
(g)

Sat'd Fat
(g)

Cholesterol
(mg)

Protein
(g)

Iron
(mg)

Chevon

143

3.03

0.93

75

27.10

3.73

Feed Lot Beef

208

11.07

4.07

84

25.05

1.66

Lamb

290

21.12

9.08

93

23.27

1.40

Chicken

165

3.57

1.01

85

31.00

1.04

Pork

252

14.28

5.25

96

28.88

1.05

Bison

143

2.42

0.91

82

28.40

3.42

Venison

191

3.95

1.95

113

36.28

5.01

 USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference 2004


Whole goat:

$140.00 


Whole goat processed into individual cuts:

$185.00


Ground goat:

$10.00/lb.


Stew (Cubed) Goat:

$10.00/lb.



Breeding Stock and pets also available for sale.

 

For more information go to FAQ's.

 

For recipes go to COOK'S CORNER.

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