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Shanks, 500g - Scottish Boer Goat Meat, Free Range Kid Goat Meat

Myreside Farms, Price per Kilo: £28, Free Range
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Shanks, 300g per pack

Scottish Boer Goat Meat, Kid Goat Meat,

From Myreside Farms, Home of Fresh Food Express

Born, Raised & Butchered in Scotland


Our goat shanks are best cooked slow and low in a liquor such as coconut milk, red or white wine.

Premium goat meat from high welfare pasture fed Boer goats from Angus, Scotland.

Exceptionally nutritious prime meat from a breed of goat reared specifically for meat.

Our extra lean Scottish Boer Goat meat has fewer calories than beef, pork, lamb or even chicken.

From free range Scottish Boer kid goats culled at 6 - 9 months.

Born, raised and butchering in Scotland. 100% Traceability Guaranteed.

Dry aged for a minimum of 7 days. Processed and butchered with artisan farm-based abattoir, Downfield Farm in Cupar, Fife, Scotland, who are specialising in Boer goat processed


Storage & Prep

Approx 300g per pack. 2 per pack.

Our Scottish Boer Goat meat is supplied frozen.

This product is supplied raw, packaged in a vacuum pack.

Suitable for Home Freezing.


Tips for Cooking Goat Meat from The Guardian

What does goat meat taste like?

While the UK may have embraced goats’ cheese, we seem less keen on the meat. It has a reputation for tasting gamey (it isn’t – in fact it actually tastes a lot like beef) and we are convinced that it will be tough and stringy (not if you treat it properly). Yet in India, southern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia – most of the rest of the world, in fact – goat meat has always been popular.

How do I cook goat meat?

While lamb and goats are both ovine, the mistake is in treating goat meat as you would lamb. Since goat meat is lean, with little fat, it will toughen up if cooked at high temperatures without moisture. Don’t treat goat like lamb and serve it rare. It should be cooked thoroughly otherwise it will be tough and unappetising. Goat benefits from long, slow cooking in order to break down the collagen in the meat. However, goat meat does work beautifully with big, bold flavours, so it is worth experimenting with Middle Eastern or Indian flavours.

Chops: can be marinated and then briefly pan-fried or baked in the oven
Cubed meat: can be stewed (both on or off the bone). West Indian curry goat is a classic goat stew. But if curry isn’t your thing, try an Italian-style ragu or Middle Eastern tagine
Legs: Slow roast in marinade with herbs and liquid such as wine, cider or lemon juice.
Leg steaks: Marinate in wine or yoghurt
Loin:
fried or grilled and sliced into medallions
Shoulder: sprinkled with lemon juice and wrapped in parchment and then in kitchen foil (to keep in the moisture) and then slow-roasted


Meet the Producer: Myreside Farms Produce, Home of Fresh Food Express

Our Scottish Boer Goat meat is produced by farmer Neil McEwan of Myreside Farms Produce, Inverkeilor, Angus in Scotland. Since the early 1900s, Neil's family have been farming mostly arable crops and cattle . In Oct 2016, Neil diversified into South African Boer goats, mainly because he fell in love with the breed and was looking adopt a more sustainable, mixed approach to farming.


As part of Neil's new approach on the farm, which includes growing niche products such as asparagus and honeyberries, Neil wanted to introduce ethically reared livestock to complete his agrarian system. After lots of research, he opted for South African Boer Goats, a breed developed specifically for meat production. His flock of Boer goats are free range and naturally forage on grass and shrubs on the fertile, coastal land near Lunan Bay in Angus. Boer goats like luxury of a warm shelter in the evenings, so all of Neil's goats have their own custom-made shelter which they can come and go as they please all the time.

Neil is currently working with world renowned Boer goat experts, Geof and Celia Burnett-Smith, who are sharing their wealth of expertise to ensure highest standards of Boer goat welfare and husbandry, and that ultimately create the best quality Scottish Boer meat. Jillian McEwan, Neil's wife has runs Fresh Food Express, an online marketplace for small producers from Scotland to promote and deliver their ethically sourced farm produce.

Fresh Food Express is delighted to offer Myreside Farm Produce's premium Scottish Boer Goat Meat to our customers UK wide.

Preference :
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Producer:
Myreside Farms
Scottish Food From:
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Next available day when your goods will be delivered

  • For the majority of UK wide postcodes: To be confirmed
  • For All DD & AB30 postcodes: Friday 17th June (1-4pm)
  • For Rural Postcodes (which take 2 days to deliver to): To be confirmed

Alternative delivery dates are available at checkout.

Or select our new Click and Collect service from our farm, Myreside Farm or Forfar Farmers Market.


Click and Collect Service

We now offer a click and collect service. Order and pay for your goods online, then collect at these locations:

  • Our Farm - Myreside Farm, Inverkeilor, Angus, DD11 5RL - Every Friday between 9 - 5
  • Forfar Farmers Market, Strathmore Hall, Forfar, Angus

More About Our Delivery Services

Standard delivery service using Parcelforce (majority of postcodes UK wide)

  • We deliver every Thursday between 8am - 12 noon
  • Place your order by Tuesday at 8am

If you spend £80 or more per consignment destined to one delivery address, your standard delivery is FREE.

If you spend £79.99, your standard delivery charge is £8 per consignment to a single delivery address.


Our Local Delivery Service (all DD postcodes in Dundee & Angus, AB30)

  • We deliver every Wednesday between 1pm - 4pm
  • Place your order by Tuesday at 8am

If you spend £80 or more per consignment destined to one delivery address, your standard delivery is FREE.

If you spend £79.99 or less, your standard delivery charge is £3.99 per consignment to a single delivery address.


Our Rural Delivery Service (certain postcodes in the Scottish Highlands & Islands)

  • We deliver every Friday before 5pm
  • Place your order by Tuesday at 8am

Isn’t it a nuisance, you live a beautiful remote location but no one wants to deliver to you? Well, we are here to help.

We offer a rural delivery service to most rural postcodes in the UK for exactly the same price as our standard service.

If you spend £80 or more per consignment destined to one delivery address, your standard delivery is FREE.

If you spend £79.99 or less, your standard delivery charge is £8 per consignment to a single delivery address.

For you guys in the remoter regions of the UK we deliver within 48hrs rather than 24hrs. Our super duper Wool Cool packaging has been tried and tested and guarantees chilled freshness up to 48hrs.

We deliver every Thursday using couriers to the rural postcodes listed below.

We deliver anytime between 8am and 6pm on day of your delivery.

Cut off times for orders are:

1pm on Monday for Thursday deliveries.

If your postcode is on this list below and you’d like to order from us, enter your postcode at the checkout and you'll offered our Rural Delivery Service (48hr service).

AB31* AB33* AB35 *AB34* AB36* AB37* AB38* AB41 *AB42* AB43* AB44* AB45* AB51* AB52* AB53* AB54* AB55* AB56* AB63*

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IV40* IV41*IV42* IV43* IV44* IV45* IV46* IV47* IV48* IV49*

IV50* IV51* IV52* IV53* IV54* IV55* IV56* IV63*

KA27*

KT15* KT16* KT17*

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PA34* PA36* PA40* PA70* PA80* PA60* PA61*

TD15 2*

TR25*

PH10* PH11* PH13* PH14*PH15 2* PH19*

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PH30* PH31* PH32* PH33* PH34* PH35* PH36* PH37* PH38* PH39* PH40* PH41*PH42* PH43* PH44* PH49*

PH50*

We are currently unable to deliver to the following postcodes: ZE*, HS, PA (Inner Hebrides), KA.

If a delivery option isn't offered for your postcode, do get in touch as we can certainly see what we can do to help!


Life is far too short to be waiting in for deliveries so we have 3 convenient delivery options for you:

1. We Can Deliver to Your Work Place

Just add your work address to the delivery address section and add any special instructions like “Tell Dotty on reception to keep her paws off my goodies”.

2. We Can Leave in a Safe Place at Your Home

Just let us know in the Delivery Instructions where you’d like us to leave your box. Our cheery couriers are experts in deliveries to sheds and garages. Somewhere cool and dark is best. Most of our customers choose this option and you must give us a safe place to leave your goods if we are delivering to your home address.

3. We Can Deliver to Your Neighbours

“Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours”. Do you have a good neighbour who would give a home to your fresh box? Perfect, just let us know in the Delivery Instructions. Goods can are best left in their box until you collect them from your neighbour.

Change of plan and you won’t be around on the day of delivery?

If the goods have been dispatched, our courier will contact you on the day of the delivery. If the goods haven't been dispatched, please contact us on 01241 830 693.

Don’t worry if you aren’t available to pop your fresh goodies in the fridge straight away, our super duper Wool Cool packaging keeps everything nicely chilled for up to 4 days (not that we'll need it!).


How to pay online at Fresh Food Express

We accept Paypal payments and all credit and debit cards payments.

When you checkout, at Billing Info, you'll be given two payment options.

Pay by:

1. Debit/Credit Card (except Maestro card)

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