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Delicious goat and lamb meats offer many health benefits. There is nothing more satisfying to know that you can provide your family nutrient rich meals and not sacrifice taste.
According to the American Lamb Board, on average, a 3-ounce serving of lamb has only 175 calories and meets the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) definition for lean. According to FDA guidelines, lean meat has less than 10 grams of fat, less than 4.5 grams of saturated fat, and less than 95 milligrams of cholesterol per 100 grams (or 3.5 ounces).
As the chart below indicates, 3 ounces of lamb can easily fit within the daily fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol recommendations of the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
FDA Definition of Lean (per 100 grams of 3.5 ounces)
Average Value for 3 ounces Cooked Portion of Lamb
10 g total fat
4.5 g saturated fat
100 mg cholesterol
8 g total fat
3 g saturated fat
80 mg cholesterol
Goat meat is naturally lean, meaning that it is low in saturated fats. It is high in HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol) and low in LDL (bad cholesterol).
According to the National Kiko Registry, a 3-ounce serving of goat has only 122 calories and meets the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) definition for lean.
As the chart below indicates, 3 ounces of goat can easily fit within the daily fat, saturated fat and cholesterol recommendations of the 205 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
FDA Definition of Lean (per 100 grams of 3 ounces)
Average Value for 3 ounces Cooked Portion of Goat
4.5 g saturated fat
10 g total fat
100 mg cholesterol
2.6 g total fat
0.79 g saturated fat
63.8 mg cholesterol
Preparing Lamb and Goat
Preparation of a fabulous lamb or goat dinner can be just as satisfying as the meal itself. Bring family and friends together to grill chops in the backyard, serve burgers for a picnic, or prepare a candle light dinner with a delicious roast.
You can find goat cheese in all major grocery stores across the country.
Healthier Cheese Options
Fresh, delicious goat and sheep cheese can be a healthier cheese option for your family.
Compared to cow's milk products such as cream cheese, goat cheese is lower in fat, calories and cholesterol.
Provides more calcium than cream cheese.
Even though goat cheese has fewer calories, it has a full, rich and creamy flavor.
Sheep milk has nearly twice the fat as cow or goat milk. However, the fats in sheep milk are primarily monounsaturated and polyunsaturated which have virtually no effect on cholesterol.
Plus the fat in sheep milk is made up of short and medium chain fatty acids, making them easier for the human body to digest and eliminate. People who are lactose intolerant can usually enjoy sheep milk products even if they have trouble with cow or goat milk products.
Sheep milk has more conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than the milk from goats, cattle, and humans. CLA is a cancer-fighting, fat-reducing fat.
Fresh, delicious goat and lamb products are closer than you think!
It is very likely that you can find local goat and lamb products right at your farmers' market or purchase directly from a producer!
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Matt & Kelsey Chadwick
200 Shadow Circle, Murray, KY 42071
What was once a small sheep operation has now grown to over 110 Polypay ewes and counting with a value-added meat and wool business. Lambs are raised and grown on the farm and processed throughout the year to provide fresh locally raised lamb. Matt is an excellent cook and people are always asking for his advice on cooking lamb, so he started making his spice blends to sell and they have become a customer favorite. The Chadwicks attend many farmers markets to sell their products, in addition to selling online and through farm pick-ups. Contact them online, by email, or by phone and try something different for dinner!
8830 Mackville Rd. Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Quality goat meat processed or on the hoof
Fink Meats and Produce
Boonesboro Road Winchester, KY
We are a family farm enterprise offering our lamb meat to consumers. We pride ourselves in a protein product of high quality with the appropriate amount of marbling and external fat for optimal flavor.
We raise sheep and lambs on pasture. Our high animal welfare standards are third party verified annually by the Global Animal Partnership program. We sell fresh gourmet
quality lamb weekly to grocery stores, restaurants and individuals. Starting in 2009 consumers have been able to buy our lamb at Whole Foods Markets in Kentucky and Ohio.
For other purchase arrangements call us at the farm.
Facebook and Instagram at: fourhillsfarm-lamb
Jim & Lynn Mansfield
Four Hills Farm
Big Clifty Farm and Country Store
9695 Elizabethtown Road Big Clifty KY 42712
Farm-fresh lamb and 100% wool felted items like felted handmade soap, wool dryer balls, purses, and decorations.
Purchase on the farm, the Lexington Farmers Market in Lexington and Douglass Loop Farmers Market in Louisville. Delivery available to Frankfort and Shelbyville. Individual cuts available as well as whole, half and quarter bundles
1480 Old US 60
Frankfort, KY 40601
Paris-Bourbon County Farmers Market - year round indoor market, Paris, Ky
Mason County Farmers Market, Maysville KY
Jericho Farmhouse, Smithfield Ky
Truly Local, Morehead KY
MarketWagon, serving 11 counties surrounding Lexington.
3074 Carter Brothers Road
Hodgenville, KY 42748
USDA processed lamb and goat at the Hardin County Farmer's Market, from April-October. Preorders are available and encouraged on our website.
Sue Churchill and John Wilhoit
(859) 312-9009 or (859) 312-4827
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100067466084732
All-natural, pasture-raised lamb available at the Woodford County Farmer's Market or by direct purchase (cuts, halves, or whole).
Purchase fresh goat and lamb meats from a local retailer.
Crescent Hill UMC Farmer's Market
201 S. Peterson Ave
Louisville, KY 40206
March 21- October 17 2018 is our market season. Day of operation is Wednesday 2pm-6pm.
Features Stone Burr Lamb