goat meat Archive

BAR supports commercialization of canned chevon

Chevon or goat’s meat is a common dish in the rural areas. Various celebrations would often include specialty cooked goat dishes such as kaldereta, kilawin, pinapaitan, and sinampalokan. Putting added-value to the usual goat’s meat, the Isabela State University – Cagayan Valley Small Ruminants Center (ISU-CVSRRC) in Echague, Isabela developed various products from chevon which [&hellip

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Goat meat on-the-go

Goat meat on-the-go Filipinos have impeccable taste and it shows even to the simplest “pulutan.” In an occasion where eating isn’t even the main activity, the food still has to be delicious. In Northern Luzon, a favorite partner for a round of drinks is chevon or goat’s meat dishes. Ask anyone from Ilocos Norte and [&hellip

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Goats’ Meat: sure bet in building rural assets

The goat industry in the Philippines is considered a sunrise industry dominated by backyard raisers, but slowly becoming popular among commercial investors. In January 2015, it stands at a meager 3.67 million head, dropping by 0.58% from previous year’s production. In fact, the inventory has been decreasing annually since 2010. The country’s small goat population [&hellip

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Bulacan college puts up breeding station that raised goat inventory by 100%, to produce meat loaf from chevon

Bulacan state college has put up a breeding station that raised goat inventory by 100 percent and aims to aid small farmers meet brisk demand by eventually producing meat loaf from this healthful goat meat. The Bulacan Agricultural State College (BASC) has put up a nucleus farm and breeding station in its campus. Its increasing [&hellip

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Philippine authentic Halal goat, on its way to the market

Problems of authenticity confronting the country’s halal goat industry should be addressed promptly to avoid huge business opportunity losses and ensure participation to international Halal trade. Sultan Kudarat State University (SKSU) and University of Southern Mindanao (USM) researchers, in a study, observed that Muslim farmers raised goats, which are classified as halal, but are only [&hellip

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