A 6-Way Cut Goat is a whole goat that has been split down the middle and had each half cut into three sections (for a total of six pieces). Each order includes two forequarter halves (the front of the goat), two loin halves (the middle of the goat) and two hind leg portions.
This allows cooks to break the goat down however they prefer, but start with smaller, more manageable portions than buying a whole goat.
Goat meat is widely consumed throughout the world and is particularly popular in China, Pakistan & India. Its flavor is often described as beefy, but leaner than beef with a bit of sweetness. Goat meat is extremely low in fat and lower in cholesterol, saturated fat, and calories than beef, pork or lamb, while being higher in iron and offering excellent protein, zinc and vitamin B12 content.
This goat is raised free range in Australia without the use of hormones or antibiotics. 6-way cut goats are sold with the head, skin, and organs removed.