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Here I'll give you the latest news about what's happening with the herd and let you know about markets you can visit to buy our delicious meat..

By blackpippa, May 26 2013 06:54AM

Hi All


We will be attending a Food Festival at Kibworth Grammar School Hall today with delicious cuts of goat kid, cabrito(goat veal) and adult goat.

The weather looks promising and with fabulous local food and drink on offer, why not come and see us!



By blackpippa, Feb 22 2013 09:18AM

Our girls are getting on in their pregnancies!

Our first lambs are due mid-march and some of the ewes are looking very wide! They are being fed a nutritious ration packed with freshly rolled oats to ensure we get healthy lambs and lots of milk.


Our goatlings are in kid for the first time. They are starting to develop little udders now - a sure sign that we have babies on the way! The first kids are due in April and we are really looking forward to it.

All the goats are tucked up in the barn munching on hay, brewers grains and goat nuts.

By blackpippa, Feb 22 2013 09:01AM

Hi All


Unfortunately we won't be attending Oadby Farmer's Market this month. However, we will definitely be there next month.

By blackpippa, Jan 8 2013 09:25AM

Hello All!


It's really nice to have some lovely dry weather for a change. This has given us chance to clean out some of the stables and have a long overdue clean up around the yard. We look so much smarter now!





By blackpippa, Dec 18 2012 09:54AM

Hi All


Just to let you all know that we have three extra markets this week. We are in


Wollaton on Dec 19th


Leicester (Gallowtree Gate) on Dec 20th


Oadby (The Parade outside M &S) on Dec 21st


We will have a range of delicious kid goat , adult goat , goat sausage, goat burgers and tasty home grown lamb and mutton.


I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our wonderful customers for their support in our first year.


Black Goat Farm wishes you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!


Cheers


Helen

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