Let's talk goat cervo/cabrito/chivo Goat and Lamb/sheep are the oldest known meats in the world both historically and bibilcaly. Goats like sheeps are easy to maintain and very rugged. Unlike the cow/horse which is raised for both food consumption in the western and european worlds, they require much more care and are more fragile to sickness and weather. A goat and it similar sheep/lamb are not. They can climb some of the rough sides of hills mountains and seek shelter where as a cow can't. Their stomach and digest even the most foul of weed and plants. Goat like vension is very lean with no marbling. So it meat must be cook slooooooowly, on loooooow heat to avoid drying it out. The meat works best in a stew/legumes and is common eaten in a curry dish. Yesterday my method was curry goat done with a mix of masala spices and piegon peas. This meal will feed 2 adults sizes (2 serving) and can be eaten with rice/flat-bread (i.e India/Pakistan nam or Trinidadian roti breads ). The key with making curry goat is getting or cutting good pieces of meat. I try to avoid goat cubes with alot skin/gristle or bone attach. So pick your pieces and trim them. You can also buy goat roast or legs for cutting yourself at most Latino/Carib/Middle-easten food locations and it might be cheaper than pre-cut cubes. Goats also get a bad rap as being hard-headed and PITAs. Some of this is true, if you ever desire to raise goats be advise they are smart and very determine folks. I've personally seen goats that my grand parents raised that would climb over each other to jump over the cattle fence. I even seen once a goat eat a path on top of round hay bale that was next to a fence to get over the fence. The old saying from my family, "If you have a weakness in your fence, a goat will surely find it " If you ever want to see a strange goat check out a La Manchas ( earless goats ) okay not really earless but their ears aren't long and floppy like a typical goats. The easiest goats to maintain from my experience are Nigerian Pygmy goats. They can easily be grown to a marketable/slaughter weight with in a few months. Their are more skittish then most others goat and not as curious, which is a big plus for the raiser. Here's my cubes are ready to go.