Goat

Like sheep, goats thrive in our hilly landscape–unlike sheep they are not picky eaters, making a meal out of any shrub, grass, or weed. Their broad appetite makes them the perfect natural bush hog, as well as a source for meat and dairy products.  Growing domestic demand for this lean, mild-flavored meat has led many producers to consider adding goats to their farms.

Goat


Basic Cuts

Our Basic Goat Processing includes, Chops- Bone-in/Bone-less, Roast- Bone-in/Bone-less, Vacuum sealed steaks & roasts, AHAC standard label, Ground meat, and 2 or more steaks/chops per package.

Beyond this Basic Package, we are happy to work with you to customize your order. To discuss options or review your cut sheet, call us at 540.474-2422.

Cut Options:

  • Shoulder -Bone-in, Boneless (Roast/Stew)
  • Arm-Bone-in, Boneless (Roast, Stew)
  • Shank (whole, sliced)
  • Neck (whole, stew or sliced)
  • Rib Chops
  • 8 Rib Rack Roast
  • Loin Chops
  • Sirloin Chops
  • Leg of Goat
  • Ribs (whole or riblets)
  • Ground Goat
  • Kabob
  • Stew
  • Offal* (Must request with cut sheet instructions)

Specialty Processing

Goat meat, like all meat processed at Alleghany Meats, can be processed further for variety of value-added products including: Goat-burger patties, sausage (seasoned links or patties), and bratwurst with spice options including, Maple, Breakfast, Hot Breakfast, Italian, Hot Italian, and Chorizo.


img_lambcutsheet_thumbnailGoat Cut Sheet

We are happy to work with as you complete this form. The highlighted fields on the form are editable while information like the carcass weight and “# of packages” are used by our staff for labeling and record-keeping.

cuts_lambGoat Cuts Diagram

Click this image for a diagram of standard lamb cuts which are very similar to goat.

 


Humane Handling

Allegheny Meats is an Animal Welfare Approved facility and animalwelfareis inspected by that organization every year. Proper treatment of livestock is critical to our success as a business and we continue to improve and adjust our processes as necessary to ensure that this critical step is performed correctly.