EVERYBODY HOLLERIN GOAT! 

EVERYBODY HOLLERIN GOAT!

This just in: The kids are going crazy for that delicious, nutritious goat meat. At least that s what the Tennessee Goat Producers Association would lead us to believe. The group, which will hold its first marketing workshop for producers and prospective producers of goats at the Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville on August 4th, claims it is the rise of ethnic populations in the state -- not an increase in goat-sacrificing satanists -- that has created this barnyard boom. Agriculture marketing specialist Margie Baker has been quoted as saying, This workshop will be important for anyone interested in meat goat production to learn how to select and produce a better quality carcass for the market Don t that just set your mouth to watering?

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