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British Boer goats have been bred for healthy, lean meat production. They are stocky goats, with a brown head, a white, short-coated body and a pleasant temperament.
Why choose goat meat?
It is low in fat, cholesterol, calories and saturated fat and has a good flavour. Goat meat is lower in fat than beef and chicken – even chicken cooked with the skin off!
Cooking goat meat
Goat is a lean meat, so for the best results cook slowly on a low to medium heat, keeping it moist. If you have a recipe you would like to share please send it in.
Some of the finest meat goats in the world
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