Wanted: Goat stalking

TundB

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Following the topic with great interest… How do these wild goat taste like? Any distinctive than domestic one?
 

rutland

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Following the topic with great interest… How do these wild goat taste like? Any distinctive than domestic one?
Yes the cooking guide for an old billy.
Shoot a goose and stuff it with an old brick.
Cover the the goose with as much goat meat as you can
Place in the oven cook gently for a day
Take the meat and give it The dog eat the brick and get a firm in to clear the smell from your kitchen.
 

Magnificent 7

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**** a few now and eaten them very nice also curried and roasted.Did ours with Alan at Galloway country sports was 250 all in no trophy fee.As quoted quite civil stalking times but there fairly clued up so do need a bit of stalking and a lot of walking to find them.
 

VSS

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Following the topic with great interest… How do these wild goat taste like? Any distinctive than domestic one?
The flavour of the wild goats is a reflection of the environment in which they live. A much more complex flavour than domestic goat. For example, I have shot wild goats that had been feasting on bilberries, and this definitely came through in the flavour.
You would not want to eat a mature billy during the rut, but young ones and females taste great.
 

griff

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Eaten a few off Forest Estate and Garroch, young kids are stunning..Billy's to be avoided at all costs, still got a coat that stinks of billy's after several years of washing.
 
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