Happy Halloween from all of us at Patton Ag Etc.
Happy Halloween from all of us at Patton Ag Etc.
Elaine is so sweet 😍
This sweetheart goes by many names. Mostly because we couldn't agree on just one...
Elaine Ears Enterprise, AKA:
Big E (Biggy)
Trip E (Trippy)
Thank you to everyone who helped us find this pretty girl!!! We are so happy to introduce the newest member to our herd, a 5 month old donkey! Once again, we are asking you to help us with names for her 🙏
We've had this conversation 😂
How many animals do you have?
(We have too many to count) 🐶 😺 🐔 🐐
We are going to have to try this. This looks so delicious!!
Ever heard of an "escape goat?" Here is one of our escape goats, Soot.
Fun Fact: Goat meat is a healthier alternative to other red meats like beef, lamb, and pork. It is naturally lean, very nutritious, and has a range of health benefits. The meat has less fat, less saturated fat, more iron, and about the same amount of protein compared to beef, pork, lamb, or chicken.
Helen wants to remind everyone to stay cool out there!
Alabaster Jones and the rest of our herd love our new mineral feeders, thanks to Livewire Fence Supply.
WANT TO BOOST YOUR FERTILITY? TRY GOAT MEAT!
Goat meat is valued worldwide because it is highly nutritious and a healthier alternative to other red meats:
✅Boosts s***m production
✅Provides the essential amino acids needed
✅Supports bone development
✅Maintains healthy blood pressure
✅Improves blood circulation
✅Prevents birth anomalies
Consuming goat meat over time improves fertility greatly. Click the link to learn more.
Stop by Plum Creek Market Place and get your goat meat!
Plum Creek Market Place 1411 Plum Creek Pkwy, Lexington, Nebraska 68850. (308) 324-2327
A lot of people have been asking how to cook goat meat. Here are 6 Traditional Goat Meat Recipes:
Goat meat is a staple food in many cuisines. Here are some of the most popular international dishes that feature goat meat:
1. Jamaican curried goat: This classic stew features goat meat seasoned with thyme, turmeric, coriander, cumin, and Scotch bonnet peppers, served atop rice and beans.
2. Mexican goat barbacoa tacos: This Mexican barbacoa dish features goat wrapped in banana or agave leaves and slow-cooked over an open flame or in an underground oven lined with hot coals.
3. Biryani: Indian goat biryani is a dish of rice, caramelized onions, and goat meat marinated in yogurt, biryani masala, and turmeric.
4. Birria: Birria is a goat-based soup that hails from the state of Jalisco in Mexico. To make birria, goat meat is typically marinated in a paste made from dried chile peppers, then braised until tender, and served with tortillas, toppings, and salsas.
5. Goat shawarma: In this Middle Eastern dish, goat meat is covered in a spice mix then roasted on a rotating spit. The caramelized outer layer of meat is shaved off and served over rice or in a flatbread sandwich. Learn how to make beef shawarma using our simple recipe.
6. Yeomso Tang: Yeomso Tang is a Korean goat meat stew seasoned with perilla seed, doenjang (soybean paste), and sesame oil.
Get your Halal certified goat meat at Plum Creek Market Place, Lexington, Nebraska.
Update: Official name: Snowman ⛄ Help us name our new billy goat. 🐐 He is a year and a half years old. He came from a goat ranch near Sidney, NE.
"Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the Moon." — Paul Brandt.
Pictured: Karen's silhouette
Carne de Chivo en Plum Creek Market Place
Get your goat meat! 🐐
We can do custom cuts for you too! Call us today!
We love seeing our goats being shown at the fair ❤️ Great job Zeigler kids!
Exciting news!!! Today marks the day that Plum Creek Market Place in Lexington, NE has USDA, Halal Certified goat meat courtesy of Patton Ag Etc! Please like and share so we can let our community know it's available!
Goat meat is favored as a lean, low-cholesterol alternative to beef and a good source of high quality lean protein. 🐐
If you need a goat lick tub, talk to our Purina Lifestyle Product Specialist Seth Bredemeier
Our sire Herbert enjoying his time in the shade
Congrats to Camden and Jayden at the Gosper County Fair!
Camden - reserve champion in showmanship
Jayden - reserve champion showmanship
The goats placed 2nd, 3rd & 4th.
Jacen broke through 3 different fences just so he could sit on his mom, Leia, like this. 🐐 His sister Jaina is not impressed.
Happy to sponsor the Dawson County 4-H goat show. 🐐
This weekend we trimmed our goats' hooves.
Another training day for Koe. He pulled Janell around the barn yard and even on the road without anybody leading him up front. Koe is a very fast learner.
Caesar went to his new home near Seward, NE this week. The Makovicka family love their new addition!
8 weaned bucklings ready to go. Message us if interested.
Julius (black dapple) went to his new home today near Saint Francis, KS to breed some beautiful ladies!
Happy Independence day from Patton Ag Etc!
The founding fathers knew the importance of agriculture. As George Washington wrote from his farm at Mt. Vernon in 1797: agriculture is the most healthy, the most useful, and the most noble employment of man.
We are thankful to live in a country where we have the opportunity to start and build our own agriculture business.
Yesterday Donut and Snip went as wethers to their new home.
One man's junk is another's treasure.
Boo and her babies: Mike & Sully
Mountain had her baby! We noticed that Mountain was getting very wide and her udder was bigger so we separated her and a friend into a smaller pen.
We were visiting Clay's family for father's day in Colorado so we had the Dickman family watch over things for us while we were gone. Yesterday (6-17-23), we got a text from them saying Mountain had one baby. He was up nursing and doing good. His pattern looks almost identical to his mom, just in black instead of red.
Black paint boy: Shadow 11.1 lbs
This is Mountain's second pregnancy. She is bred to Herbert. Last year she had a boy and a girl, both black dapples (River & Valley)
Happy Father's day to the one who fathers most of our kids. This year Herbert has given us 33 out of our 39 babies! 🐐
Chaos had her baby! At 6:20pm Janell went to check on the herd and noticed the majority of the goats were out to pasture, but Chaos was still in the arena. There was a brand new baby with her! The baby wasn't able to walk yet and was still wet.
An hour later baby hadn't nursed so we had to catch her and help baby latch. Thank you to the Dickman family for helping us teach baby how to nurse.
Black dapple headed girl: Peace
Chaos is a first time mom. She is bred to Herbert. Her original due date was April 16 (almost 2 months ago)
72⁰ beautiful weather
Helen had her baby! At 9:45pm Clay went to shut the pasture gate to shut up the goats for the night, but heard a baby crying out in the pasture. Assuming one of the moms had left a baby all alone, he went to retrieve the baby. Our grass is so tall that you cannot see some of our moms when they are out to pasture. Clay was expecting to find a baby, but not expecting a brand new baby with Helen! The baby was standing, dry, nursing, and mostly cleaned off.
This little guy likes to scream LOUD. We picked up the baby and carried him back to the arena while mom followed. He screamed the entire way so loud that it echoed off the barn.
White with blue head boy: Echo 7.6 lbs
We were out with the goats an hour prior to this, but we didn't notice Helen going into labor at that time. She must have just started after we left!
Helen is a first time mom. She is bred to Herbert. Her original due date was April 16. (7 weeks ago)
Manchado and Pasture are headed to their new home near Bertrand, NE. Manchado was born April 11, 2023. The day he was born he was SOLD. Pasture is a yearling. They are both super tame and love people. Their new owners love them already ❤️ These are the first customers of the year so they received a free Patton Ag Etc. hat!
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