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Ga. Farmers See Increased Demand for Goat Meat

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Ga. Farmers See Increased Demand for Goat Meat

Ga. Farmers See Increased Demand for Goat Meat

Ga. Farmers See Increased Demand for Goat Meat

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Emily Kopp of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports that America's growing immigrant population is pushing a demand for goat meat and some farmers are moving to take advantage. Outside of the United States, goat meat is very popular and an American farmer can raise seven goats on the land it takes to raise a single cow.

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