Thanks for the responses! We eat goat meat every week. We butchered 9 this past summer. We eat the younger ones, too. I would not a want to eat 'bucky' goat. To us, it tastes very similar to beef, just a different texture since the fat doesn't marble thru the meat like beef. It kind of sits inbetween the layers of meat. The gelatinous stock IS wonderful!
I'd appreciate any goat recipes! I have so many cuts that I'm always looking for ways to use it.
We also have guinea, home grown chickens, and domestic rabbits that we raise, butcher, and eat. We have fresh caught fish, fresh caught shrimp, my hubby shot some squirrels, and my mom's hubby traps wild pigs as a favor to their neighbors (they are tearing up their yards) etc....I use all the bones to make stock each week. Oh, and my neighbor got 2 deer so I taught him how to process them in exchange for all his bones, and some stew meat and ribs.
I have asked around on MDC about domestic rabbit and goat eaters before and only one or two people responded. Maybe I can try again to get a thread started.