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Empire State Meat Goat Producer's Association

  • | Committees > Marketing > Marketing Slaughter Goats to Dealers, Packers, Wholesalers, and Retailers Two ways to market your lambs and goats are to sell them on-farm directly to consumers or to sell them through auctions.
  • . The meat market may be more consolidated in other parts of the US and the world, and producers may not have much choice of middlemen to sell to.
  • . Retailers can generally be located by looking under meat market listings in the telephone yellow pages for large metropolitan areas.
  • . You can follow this up with phone calls to those meat markets that appear to represent an ethnic clientele that consumes goat meat.
  • . There are also some live animal markets in areas such as NYC that sell live sheep and goats direct to consumers.
  • . If you plan on selling goats in the NY state area, one resource for lists of federally inspected slaughterhouses and buyers of slaughter goats is the Sheep Lamb Goat Marketing Directory.



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  • . | Center for Profitable Agriculture | Value-Added Projects — Project Highlights — 9 Livestock Production and Processing A study was recently conducted to assess the limiting factors and competitive advantages for a livestock production, processing and marketing project.
  • . The study also evaluated the market potential for a branded consumer product.
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  • . Because the product is unique to the marketplace, sales, consumption and usage data do not exist.
  • . In this instance, studying the jelly and honey markets can provide some insight into customer preferences and consumption levels.
  • . Developing a quality product, accenting it with attractive packaging, understanding the target market, developing retail contacts and initiating promotional tactics are all parts of the necessary recipe for a successful product.



    marketing slaughter goats through dealers, packers, wholesalers, and retailers
  • Written by tatiana Stanton for , Nov 2000 MARKETING SLAUGHTER GOATS TO DEALERS, PACKERS, WHOLESALERS, AND RETAILERS In the last two columns we’ve discussed marketing your goats on-farm and selling them through auctions.
  • . The meat market may be more consolidated in other parts of the US and the world, and producers may not have much choice of middlemen to sell to.
  • . Retailers can generally be located by looking under meat market listings in the telephone yellow pages for large metropolitan areas.
  • . You can follow this up with phone calls to those meat markets that appear to represent an ethnic clientele that consumes goat meat.
  • . There are also some live animal markets in areas such as NYC that sell live sheep and goats direct to consumers.
  • . If you plan on selling goats in the NY state area, one resource for lists of middlemen is the Sheep Lamb Goat Marketing Directory.

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  • Marketing Meat Goats: Channels, Supply and Demand PREFACE This fact sheet is abstracted largely from a recent study conducted by the authors for the Southern Rural Development Center (SRDC), Mississippi State University (Pinkerton, et al, 1993).
  • . The major problem addressed was the lack of farm-level information concerning meat goat marketing channels, constraints, pricing patterns, and opportunities for market expansion.
  • . Inadequate meat goat industry marketing information is thought to be due to lack of research-based Cooperative Extension Service efforts, to insufficient interest by many state Departments of Agriculture and, equally important, to the nature and structure of the industry itself.
  • . The major objective of the SRDC study was to identify and characterize production, marketing channels and price margins for southern goats.
  • . INTRODUCTION In 1990 the production and marketing of goats and goat meat was widely perceived by southern goat owners and Extension Service personnel to be largely unorganized, unobserved and unrecorded and was, accordingly, thought to be erratic overtime and place as to numbers, price, availability of retail product and consistency of quality.


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  • . We initially contacted goat industry personnel already known to us and thereafter contacted persons and firms identified by the original informants as being market players of various magnitude.
  • . We then interviewed on site those who agreed to share information concerning industry production, processing and marketing practices.
  • . To date, these are relatively minor forces, but this niche market seems open to development.
  • . Religion per se has not been studied extensively in marketing, possibly because it is seen as a "taboo" subject.
  • . However, the evidence that has been accumulated indicates that religious affiliation has the potential to be a valuable predictor of consumer marketing behavior (Hirschman, 1983).
  • . To satisfy an increase in demand for kosher food, each year about 500 new kosher products appear on the market.
  • . The geographic disparity between areas of goat production and areas of goat processing and consumption adds substantially to marketing costs; more slaughtering in or near present and future production areas could reduce consumer coasts and increase demand.


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    Pikle - London Cross - 63 - York Way for a rubber factory, astro-turf, night-time flashers and a meat market
  • . A Straight Line Walk Across London by Paul K Lyons - - CAMDEN 63 - York Way for a rubber factory, astro-turf, night-time flashers and a meat market At the very east end of Agar Grove, just before it reaches York Way, I finally meet up with the 300 easting again, the first time since leaving the British Library.
  • . There's a characterless junction here, with a couple of pubs (Rose Mc Cann's and the Newmarket Ale House) a couple of auto shops, a bookie and the Villa Cafe where I stop for tea and an eccles cake.
  • . It also runs a commercial venture, to make money, producing toiletry and household liquid products for UK and overseas marketing companies.
  • . Market Road runs off York Way to the east.
  • . North of Market road and along York Way is the York Way Estate, run by the Corporation of London.
  • . At the next junction, looking east along North Road, I can see the famous Caledonian clock tower which is all that's left of the Caledonian cattle and meat market.
  • . In 1852, the Corporation of London purchased the land, demolished Copenhagen House, and built the Metropolitan Cattle Market (opened in 1855 by Prince Albert).

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    Marketing Slaughter Goats
  • Goat FAQs header Where you can not only "get your goat" but find "all things goat" as well! Service of Last Updated: Jan 28th, 2003 - 09:43:28 Search Milk and Meat Products Marketing Slaughter Goats By Oct 28, 2002, 10:00pm Marketing Slaughter Goats - , , etc.
  • . - , proposed USDA standards, assessing body condition General information Geographically, markets for goat meat exist near large metropolitan centers, such as New York City, Montreal, Philadelphia and Toronto.
  • . In New York we have ready access to some of the best markets for goat meat in the country.
  • . There is a niche market for virtually any type of goat, from prime kids to old bucks.
  • . An important aspect of meat goat production is understanding the variety of markets channels available for marketing goats in the Northeast US.
  • . We have a series of marketing fact sheets available to help producers familiarize themselves with these different channels.
  • . of slaughter goats , packers, wholesalers and retailers More information on marketing goats in New York can be obtained from the following web sites - provides a general introduction to marketing goats in NYC that has application to several other large Eastern cities.


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  • Information from GoatConnection.com Milk and Meat Products Marketing Slaughter Goats By Oct 28, 2002, 10:00pm Marketing Slaughter Goats - , , etc.
  • . - , proposed USDA standards, assessing body condition General information Geographically, markets for goat meat exist near large metropolitan centers, such as New York City, Montreal, Philadelphia and Toronto.
  • . In New York we have ready access to some of the best markets for goat meat in the country.
  • . There is a niche market for virtually any type of goat, from prime kids to old bucks.
  • . An important aspect of meat goat production is understanding the variety of markets channels available for marketing goats in the Northeast US.
  • . We have a series of marketing fact sheets available to help producers familiarize themselves with these different channels.
  • . of slaughter goats , packers, wholesalers and retailers More information on marketing goats in New York can be obtained from the following web sites - provides a general introduction to marketing goats in NYC that has application to several other large Eastern cities.


    Brokers
  • The Feasibility of Meat Goats in Minnesota Summary Report Brokers The marketing channel for goat meat within Minnesota has a number of "brokers" filling important positions within the channels.
  • . Two types of brokers exist in the marketing channel – the "livestock broker" and the "meat broker." The livestock broker makes and maintains contact with individual producers in an attempt to purchase excess young stock or cull animals.
  • . The broker then transports the goats to major markets within the state (primarily Minneapolis and St.
  • . The livestock broker will often travel large distances organizing, concentrating, and delivering large numbers of live goats to slaughtering facilities near major markets.
  • . The second type of brokers found in the Minnesota goat meat marketing channel is the meat broker.
  • . His or her source of product may come from an importer, an auction market, or a livestock broker.
  • . Most of the goat meat entering the Minnesota market makes its way to the (ethnic) consumer through an importer by way of a meat broker.


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  • . Much industry is carried on in most departments of handicraft; several extensive manufactories exist for white-lead, floor-cloths, furs, pasteboards, and other articles; and a great trade, together with regular marketing, is connected with the new metropolitan cattle market.
  • . That market is situated at Copenhagen Fields, in the NW of Islington toward Camden Town; was formed by the corporation of London, at a cost of above £300, 000; was opened in June 1855, by the late Prince Consort; occupies an area, proximately rectangu1ar, of upwards of 30 acres; has.

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    The development of Agriculture in Surrey.

  • Early Agriculture in Surrey Pioneer Crops and Markets 1870-1930s The pioneer farms which sprang up in Surrey’s lowlands during the 1870s and 1880s were mixed farms.
  • . At first the only significant market was Victoria, but a few tons of any commodity were enough to satisfy that city.
  • . By the late 1880s and 1890s market conditions had improved as a result of the founding of Vancouver in 1885 and the rapid growth of logging in the Surrey uplands.
  • . Many farmers located near the mouths of the Nicomekl and Serpentine continued to ship their products by steamer so long as the market for hay and grain held firmly.
  • . Bagged oats was transported by water and later rail into the metropolitan market to supply city livestock needs.
  • . While hay and light grains remained the leading farm products, many local farmers began to market a variety of produce, dairy products, and meat in New Westminster following the improvement in ferry service across the Fraser in 1884.
  • . By the 1890s many local farmers were specializing in hopes of better prices and sounder market conditions.


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  • . Saskatchewan Links to the 2000 Saskatchewan Crop District Crop Production (values for seeded and harvested areas, yield and production) and the Yearly Cattle Marketing Report - 2000 (including monthly and yearly average prices).
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    Metropolitan
  • . Besides, textbooks of secondary level will be available in the market from this month, he added.
  • . Denying the allegations of involvement of NCTB employees in selling textbooks in the open market, he said the printers send the books directly to the education officers, not to the NCTB.
  • . | 15, 000 law enforcers to be deployed in city UNB, DHAKA The government will take strict security steps to prevent any extortion from shopping centres, cattle markets and ensure safety of the city dwellers on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha.
  • . Some 15, 000 law enforcers, including BDR and RAB, will be deployed in the capital to stop extortion, mugging and other criminal activities at some 115 shopping centres and 15 to 16 cattle markets in the city.
  • . Besides, 18 mobile courts will be posted at railway stations and bus and launch terminals in the capital to check black-marketing of tickets and over-loading of passenger carriers.
  • . "So far 11 lakh head of cattle have been brought from India till last week for different cattle markets across the country, while the figure was 8.5 lakh last year, " said DG BDR Major General Md Jahangir Alam Chowdhury.


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  • . | ASRAFUL HUQ Some 14 temporary markets for sacrificial animals in the city, run by the Dhaka City Corporation (DCC), would start three days before the holy Eid-ul-Azha festival.
  • . Abu Taleb, Chief Estate Officer of DCC told The Independent yesterday that the corporation has leased out 15 markets temporarily for sale of sacrificial animals for a total amount of Tk 1, 5656000 against the previous year’s Tk 1, 05, 07000.
  • . The DCC leased out Gabtoli cattle market on last July for Tk 6, 0000000, the source added.
  • . The cattle markets leased out by the DCC this year are located at Armanitola playground, Khilkhet Tanpara, Zigatala-Hazaribagh, Golapbagh, Rahmatganj playground, Dhupkhola Playground, Hossainy Dalan Road, Bangladesh Bank Colony Ground, Sector-12 of the Uttara Model Town, Meradia Bazar, Postogola (near Alam Market), Rayerbazar playground, Taltala bus stand, Agargaon, Banani railway station and the Ground of Sunrise Coaching Centre.
  • . The Armanitola Playground cattle market fetched DCC the highest amount of Taka 7900000 in the tender bid while the lowest bid of Taka one lakh each was quoted in the tender for some small cattle markets, the DCC official added.


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