Pasture-Raised Goat (Chevon)

A lean source of low fat protein, goat (chevon) is the most frequently eaten meat in the world. Stewed, curried, or roasted, goat maintains its unique mild flavor, and is sought by backyard and gourmet chefs alike.

Compare a 3-ounce portion of these meats for calories and fat and you'll see why goat is a healthier choice:

Goat 122 Calories 2.5 grams of fat
Beef 245 Calories 16 grams of fat
Pork 310 Calories 24 grams of fat
Lamb 235 Calories 16 grams of fat
Chicken 120 Calories 3.5 grams of fat
(USDA Handbook #8 1989)
Boer meat goats raised on organic pasture

Selling directly to local buyers allows us to provide a healthy, tasty alternative to the large-scale meat production business that floods the supermarkets. We are excited to provide goat cuts to local restaurants and caterers, and carry goat cuts and goat sausages at our on-farm Store or our website year round, and at the Ashland Growers' and Crafters’ Markets spring through fall.

In addition to raising our own goats for meat we purchase goats from two local farms that meet our stringent standards. All animals are processed at a USDA inspected facility.

locally raised meat, eggs and dairy products
Willow-Witt Ranch is dedicated to the conservation and restoration of a unique ecosystem in the Southern Cascades, and the headwaters, wetlands, and forests that arise there. We provide education on the values of ecology and of the complex web of food and environment by operating a small certified organic farm and Farm Stay accommodations.
Oregon Tilth Certified Organic
Willow-Witt Ranch

658 Shale City Road
Ashland, OR 97520
(541) 890-1998
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