Farming For Sustainability Since 2000

Click on the links to view alternative pages

Meat For Sale
OUR environment
Stock for sale
Goat Care Courses
TV and Mags
Other Livestock

Satisfied Customers
We really enjoyed the fresh goat meat we recently purchased and want some more!!

Click Recipes for more (keep clicking to get back here!)

1 large rectangular roasting pot or tray
tin foil
1 whole Cockerham Boers Goat Breast
Olive oil
Boiling Water
1 large or 2 small onions.
1 large or 2 small carrots.
Fresh or dried mixed herds
(include herbs such as mint, rosemary, thyme and oregano to your tastes)
Worcester sauce
handful of cherry tomatos or 2 large tomatoes cut into pieces
2 crushed garlic cloves
Lamb or chicken stock cube

1. Place the goat breast flat in the tray bone side down.

2. Chop and sprinkle over the herbs.

3. Dice the carrot and onions and place round and on top of the meat. add the tomatoes and garlic to the tray

4. Splash over a little Worcester sauce and olive oil.

5. Crush the stock cube and sprinkle over the meat,

6. Fill the roasting tray with water until the meat is covered or to about 1/2 inch from top.

7. Cover the roasting tray with foil and place in low heat oven (gas mark 1 or 140C) for 1, 3/4 hours.

8. After 1/2 hour place 1 medium to large potato per person onto the oven shelf under the raosting tray.

8. Uncover the meat and pour off the fluids (this can be used to make gravy) place back inside the oven for a further 1/2 hour.

9. Cut the meat into strips (this may be easier with kitchen scissors) and serve with the jacket potatoes and veg or salad.

Homepage  Meat For Sale  TV and Mags  Contacts  Recipes  Gallery  Comparisons  Stock for sale  Goat Care Courses  Other Livestock

Go on have a GO AT Goat

The contents of this website are the property of C & S Peacock of Cockerham Boers and goat-meat.co.uk.
They should not be reproduced in any way or format without prior consent.