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goat

(gōt)
n.
1. A domesticated ruminant mammal (Capra hircus) having backward curving horns and a beard especially in the male, raised for its wool, milk, and meat.
2. Any of various wild ruminant mammals of the genus Capra and related genera, including the ibexes and the wild goat (C. aegagrus) of Eurasia.

goat′ish adj.
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They ate chevon at 17 per cent and 23 per cent and only little of pork and fish.
Chevon also contains higher levels of iron and protein compared to equal portions of other cooked meat.
In line with the current observation, Yusuf [12] observed that dietary Andrographis paniculata improved tenderness in chevon. In addition, dietary supplementation of quercetin improved the tenderness of longissimus muscle of beef cattle [24].
(2000) in hurdle treated chevon kheema stored at ambient temperature and Reddy and Rao (2000) also observed increase in pH with increase in chicken loaves during storage period.
Chevon Hines is a recent graduate of Georgia State University and an avid promoter of entrepreneurship, education, and empowerment.
But preliminary research suggests promoting locally produced goat (chevon) and lamb across the region could be an antidote to a lagging agriculture sector, offering year-round sustainability in a sometimes finicky industry.
Jamaica is opening a J$204 million window next year to finance local production of mutton (also called chevon), which is popular on dinner plates but is mostly imported at high cost, reports The Jamaica Gleaner (Nov.
Survivors include his mother; three children, DeVita Simmons of Beaverton, Chevon Simmons of Salem and Virgil Simmons Jr.
One Year 10 pupil, Chevon Williams, writes: "I disagree with the proposed closure of this school because if this school were to close and the students of Llanedeyrn High had to go to St Teilo's, we would have to go to a church school regardless of whether we wanted a Christian education or not.
In the spring all these sects are often highlighted by their celebrations involving goats or goat meat (Chevon).
But with a far lower fat content, and a distinctive flavour, experts in Wales are backing goat meat, or chevon, for a surge in popularity, especially with so many people on their annual health kicks.
YOUNG butchers are being urged to compete in a new contest linked to the launch of Welsh chevon, or goat meat, in the UK.