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Current research indicates that the world market demand for Chevon (goat meat) is 10,000 million tones per annum. Australia is currently the largest supplier to this demand but only supplies 1,200 million tones per annum. There exists a shortfall of good quality producers in the industry. There also exists a good direct market in Australia due to the multicultural society and also to the wider Australian consumer market (currently widely untapped but increasing in popularity due to the health conscious consumers).

                                                      “GOAT MEAT”

Goat meat is exceptionally lean and low in fat,

making it an ideal choice for health conscious consumers.

 

Goat meat has less saturated fat than skinless chicken!!.

The fat cover on goat meat, on a like for like comparison with lamb, measures.

Lamb:- 5.4 - 5.9 mm versus at Goat:- 2.3 mm

Cholesterol per 100 gm. serving measures.

Pork:- 66 mg
Lamb:- 52 mg
Beef:- 44 mg
Goat:- 5 mg

MEAT CHART

 3 oz. cooked
(roasted)

calories

Fat
(g)

 Saturated
Fat
(g)

 Protein
(g)

Iron
(g)

 GOAT

 122

 2.58

 0.79

 23

 3.2

 BEEF

 245

 16.00

 6.80

 23

 2.9

 PORK

 310

 24.00

 8.70

 21

 2.7

 LAMB

 235

 16.00

 7.30

 22

 1.4

 CHICKEN

 120

 3.50

 1.10

 21

 1.5

If you would like some great Goat Meat recipes please email us and we'll send some out to you. 

 

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Last modified: 13-May-2011