Our Goats Are Raised On A Lush Diet Of Blackberries
Free to roam, they eat blackberry leaves, grasses, weeds and brush
Our goats help manage the pastures by eating weeds as they freely roam the pastures in small herds. Like all of our animals, the goats live outdoors with access to good shelter. They browse all day, feeding mostly on blackberries, but also on grasses, other weeds, leaves, and brush. The goats grow extremely healthy and strong on this ancestral diet alone.
Breeds: Mostly crosses of Boer, Kiko and Nubian.
Feed: Our goats eat mostly blackberries, but also other varieties of weeds, brush, and grasses. In winter we may supplement with grass and alfalfa hay.
Nutrition: When compared to traditional U.S. meats, goat meat has lower levels of fat and sodium, and higher levels of iron, potassium, and thiamine.
How to buy: Our goat is cut and packaged into meal-sized portions and frozen. Cuts include stew, chops, leg steaks, shanks, ground, and more. Individual packages can be purchased at any of our locations. Also, whole goats finished as described above or with custom processing can be ordered on our website and delivered to your home.
No hormones or routine antibiotics – ever!