Why should you choose free-range goat meat?

Free Range Goat Meat

Free-range goat meat is a multiple factors that makes it a more sustainable option compared to factory-raised goats.

In free-range farming, the goats are allowed free access to water, shelter, and movement. Free-range goats are not pumped with excessive growth hormones or antibiotics. Since it is 100% grass-fed, it is good for the animals, the customers, and the environment.

In contrary to farm-raised goats, factory-raised goats are reared in confinement and are denied access to any conditions of happiness such as freedom of movement and are treated more like machines.

If such humane reasons are not enough to convince you to make the shift, here are more reasons why grass-fed free-range goat meat is the sustainable option:


Compared to factory-raised goat meat, free-range meat is proven to have low cholesterol and less total fat since they do not feed on fattening grains. Free-range meat has a higher amount of good fat including Omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acids. It also has a higher amount of other nutrients, like Vitamin C, Beta-Carotene, and Vitamin E.

Eco Friendly

Grazing animals such as goats are now an integral part of sustainability farming plans in counter to the age-old belief that grazing animals are harmful to agricultural land health. They help in restoring or repairing the damage done to agricultural lands by intensive farming techniques such as ploughing.

Happy animals, Happy you

Free-range goats are happier than factory-raised goats because of being raised in their natural habitat. They have very low levels of stress hormones such as cortisol which in turn reduces the number of stress hormones you consume.

If you are looking for fresh, farm-raised, grass-fed, free-range meat in Chennai, you have landed in the right place. At Earthy Origins, we believe in providing sustainable and healthy eating options for our customers. We partner with farmers in the villages of Tamilnadu and help them get better rewards for their produce by procuring directly from them.

Click on the link below to order fresh, free-range meat.

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