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Goat Slaughtering

This is how I spent my lunch hour. This lady has been bugging yours truely for several weeks to buy one of her buck kids. Finally she just asked me to take him of her hands. 65lbs. lLive yeilded ~35 dressed. It would have been more if i had kept more offall, but I only kept the liver. It was so bitterly cold that I didn't want to sort through everything. The lady's dog got a nice treat.


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19 November, 2005 20:18

I don't think I've ever had goat. How does it taste?    



07 December, 2005 11:49

very much like lamb, perhaps with a touch of venison. Gamey, but pleasent. Takes flavors very well. Goat is eaten in every culture in the world, widely, except for Anglo-Saxon. Canada, USA, and Britain are about the only places you won't find it regularly.    



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