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Wonderful tasting meat, can't understand why it's not more readily available. Do you have any favourite recipes.?

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30 minutes ago, ArchieHood said:

Wonderful tasting meat, can't understand why it's not more readily available. Do you have any favourite recipes.?

Slow growing with not much meat return on a kid goat I suppose so there wouldn't be much profit in farm rearing them. Agreed it's wonderful tasting meat though. Probably nicest of all grazing animals. I reared a couple in the garden before but a lot of work goes in for less meat than a turkey.

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44 minutes ago, jigsaw said:

Sorted for a few dinners now,got a few kid goats this morning,I'm bate from dragging and butchering,

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Tasty! So what time did you say dinner is at.😂😜

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47 minutes ago, ArchieHood said:

Wonderful tasting meat, can't understand why it's not more readily available. Do you have any favourite recipes.?

I have a wife,she's a genius of a cook,I'm a noncooker lol

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9 minutes ago, jiggy said:

Tasty! So what time did you say dinner is at.😂😜

Any time you want lol

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Good to see you caught up with them again Liam. Glad the forestry didn't manage to wipe them out 

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3 hours ago, jiggy said:

Slow growing with not much meat return on a kid goat I suppose so there wouldn't be much profit in farm rearing them. Agreed it's wonderful tasting meat though. Probably nicest of all grazing animals. I reared a couple in the garden before but a lot of work goes in for less meat than a turkey.

Really popular here.used to do about 50 a week for 1 farmer and 20 for another.all billys.quite alot for a small slaughterhouse like that.£7/kg goat meat.more expensive than lamb.

Nice one jigsaw.never eaten it myself.

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It's very soft sweet tasting meat,for the life of me I can't understand why you would bastardise it with smelly curry lol

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Ive eaten it roasted & casseroled  but curried deffo the best imo. Atb

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