WHY CHOOSE BOER GOAT Meat?

Boer Goats are native to South Africa and are specifically bred for meat because their meat is lean, low in cholesterol and high in protein.

Although Boer Goats are not native to Australia, they are browsers rather than grazers like sheep and cattle. They nibble at different types of plants (e.g. grasses, young thistle, eucalypts) therefore, when in a managed herd, they have minimal impact on the land and are able to improve pastures and be co-grazed with other animals.

Goat meat is the new super food. Not only does Boer Goat meat have a soft flavour, incredible tenderness and low levels of saturated fat, but it also has incredible health benefits.

There are important fatty acids in goat meat called “CLA”, which is a cancer-preventing fatty acid. It is also rich in Vitamin B, which helps to burn fat, and B12, which reduces the risk of depression. Goat meat can help avoid inflammation in the body and it is a great intake of haemoglobin for pregnant women to avoid anaemia. Goat meat is high in protein, and lower in saturated fat than beef, so great for dieters.

Berkeley Farm Boer Goats are raised on lush pasture, with many acres to roam.

Berkeley Farm Boer Goats are raised on lush pasture, with many acres to roam.