The Shingle Creek is nestled in the heart of Central Otago, just south of Alexandra. This beautiful but arid, mountainous region of New Zealand is the perfect environment for the Boer Goat. It is here that we produce high quality, lean, nutritious Shingle Creek Chevon.
Breeding For Quality
Breeding suppliers of Shingle Creek Chevon focus on premium genetics in association with selective breeding practices to produce superior animals delivering premium quality meat. Shingle Creek Chevon is naturally grown in a 'free range' environment, ensuring lean, naturally nutritious goat meat of exceptional quality. Our breeders have been working with Boer Goats for 20 years. Their experience in improving the overall health of the herd from year to year has resulted in hardy, healthy, high quality animals. To learn more about our breeder's, visit The Boer Goat page.
What's different about Shingle Creek Chevon?
There's no question that Shingle Creek Chevon is a good addition to your diet. Unlike 'wild' or 'feral' goat meat that you may have tried in the past (or maybe have not tried because you've heard negative stories), Shingle Creek Chevon is bred to produce top quality, tender, juicy, flavourful meat. Our free roaming goats eat rosehips, thyme and other wild herbs as well as broom and gorse; it's almost like we're naturally marinating our meat from the inside! We have a range of cuts available right now and there's no special cooking techniques required.
If you cook meat, you can cook Chevon!
So head over to our products page and recipes page to get some ideas on how you can make a tasty, healthy change for the better with Shingle Creek Chevon. Pick up a bottle of Clyde Village Pinot Noir or Shaky Bridge Pinot Noir when you make your order to enjoy one of the tastiest food and wine pairings you've had in a while!
Shingle Creek Chevon thanks Barrie Wills & Kiwimages for the display photo above
Goat meat is the most widely consumed red meat in the world, surpassing lamb and beef. Shingle Creek Chevon is raised to offer a natural, lean, healthier alternative to traditional red meats. Follow this Goat Meat Comparison link to see a table comparing nutritional elements of Shingle Creek Chevon, with other commonly eaten meats.