These whole goats range in weight from 26 to 30 pounds. They are sold with the skin, head, and organs removed and can be roasted whole or broken down into smaller cuts.
Goat meat may be the most widely consumed meat in 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.
*Minimally Processed. No Artificial Ingredients
Store a whole goat in your freezer until you plan on cooking it, then thaw before cooking or processing into smaller cuts.
RECIPES & TIPS
Whole goats can be roasted whole or broken down into a variety of primals and other cuts. Goat meat is typically slow roasted, stewed or braised until tender, though meat from the loin can be cooked more quickly.
Goat meat is traditionally paired with flavors like cinnamon, ginger, cumin, tamarind, mint, onions, limes, curry spices, jerk seasonings, honey or chilies.