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    Autumn goat hunting

    Now the days are a little cooler its much easier in the steepest areas that goats prefer, covering ground in the pursuit of the best protein a sweet curry ever enhanced.

    Starting in the thicker stuff the .223 and i pushed on, fresh sign underfoot a promise of things to come



    Snuck past this fella




    Bit of deer sign to lift the "keen" a bit




    Then the 60g NBT @3200fps starting doing its job



    Pop thud


    Pop thud



    Pop thud


    Pack filling fast with 14 lil legs in it, thanks Bahco



    Cant wait to try these in a curry with chopped onion on a bed of rice





    Who else is dealing to a few goats now that the roar is done ?

    And whats your fav way of cooking/serving them up
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    Would love to if I found somewhere...

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    i do a curry very basic onions carrots sweet basil mixed herbs seasame seeds 2 heaped teaspoons of gregs curry powder and a heaped teaspoon of cummin you could put chilli in as well but i hate that shit a cup of chicken stock and a can of coconut cream cook onions and brown goat meat then chuck it all in the slow cooker for about 6hrs on low thats my secret recepie actually i just cook the goat meat untill it goes grey not brown thats cooked to much
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    I hear you @223nut goats are thin on the ground in Canterbury. Miss the Waitomo district where we would get 20-100 for an afternoons shoot.

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    good stuff...personally the hedgepig would have been given a boot or a heel squashing on way past....being out in daylight its probably crook and they disease carrying not to mention egg stealing wee naasties.
    try roasting your leg of goat just as you would mutton...be even better if you have wee fatty pork roast in beside it.
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    Yum some very good eating there

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    Nothing wrong with some tasty chevron Very under-rated. You got some genetically modified goats up there? 14 legs from 3 goats LOL
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    Marinated goat kebabs go down well on the bbq.

    I also make sausages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Marinated goat kebabs go down well on the bbq.

    I also make sausages.

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    Oh ho that's a new one on me, sound delish. What sorts of marinade do you reckon go well?

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    I guess it's up to your own personal taste

    This one works well for me.
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    I like you choice of rig, I always wanted a 223 setup like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tikka View Post
    I like you choice of rig, I always wanted a 223 setup like that.
    Its a beauty mate, accurate as
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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    Would love to if I found somewhere...
    Head up to Kaikoura
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    Just had goat curry tonight!

    1.6kg cubed goat meat
    1 Tbl spoon curry powder
    1 t spoon black pepper
    2 t spoon Italian herbs
    1 t spoon smoked paprika
    2 Tbl spoon flour
    Salt and a splash of olive oil.
    In the slow cooker for about 7 hours on low.

    Served with rice, fresh veg and a nice home made loaf of wholemeal bread. If you haven't tried the "no kneed bread" method of making bread I seriously recommend you give it a go.
    The above fed 6 and I have just enough left over for lunch tomorrow.

    Question: Why do you bother carrying out the full leg with all the added weight of the bone and skin? Personally I carry a heavy gauge of plastic bag and bone out the meat in the field. That way it comes home nice and clean and you don't have another job to do when you get home, or have to dispose of the bone/skin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbarrels View Post
    Just had goat curry tonight!

    1.6kg cubed goat meat
    1 Tbl spoon curry powder
    1 t spoon black pepper
    2 t spoon Italian herbs
    1 t spoon smoked paprika
    2 Tbl spoon flour
    Salt and a splash of olive oil.
    In the slow cooker for about 7 hours on low.

    Served with rice, fresh veg and a nice home made loaf of wholemeal bread. If you haven't tried the "no kneed bread" method of making bread I seriously recommend you give it a go.
    The above fed 6 and I have just enough left over for lunch tomorrow.

    Question: Why do you bother carrying out the full leg with all the added weight of the bone and skin? Personally I carry a heavy gauge of plastic bag and bone out the meat in the field. That way it comes home nice and clean and you don't have another job to do when you get home, or have to dispose of the bone/skin.

    They are not heavy and I wanted to cover ground as fast as possible before it got dark, once it's dark back at the ute I can take my time and bone out the legs nicely. The ute deck gets washed with disinfectant every Friday arvo in prep for the weekend so quite a clean place to prep meat.
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