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Byron Center meats, by the way, are the goat meat from which the company, whose slogan is “Bringhurst Meat”, gets its name.

But when it comes to goat meat in the US, it’s a different story.

According to the USDA, goat meat is the product of a cross between sheep and goat, and it comes from the “wild, free-ranging, non-human primate”.

So why does it get its name?

Goat meat is a staple in many cultures and has been eaten for thousands of years.

“A lot of people think of goat meat as something that’s been cooked, smoked or something,” said Michael Baca, the director of the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.

“It’s a very important part of our diets.

But it’s also something that people tend to eat in a very small quantity.”

In America, goat is the only domesticated mammal and the meat has been consumed since around the 4th century BC.

But since the 17th century, the US has been importing its own goat meat to make its staple chicken and turkey meat.

“There is a tremendous demand for goat meat,” said David Laskin, a professor of veterinary medicine at the University of Minnesota, and an expert on meat-based products.

The meat is also a major source of meat substitutes.

“The meat has a high protein content, and in the past, it has been used as an alternative to beef and lamb,” said Dr Laskins.

“And so, people really gravitated towards the goat because of its high protein.”

According to Laskiks research, goat-based meat is about 20% protein, with a slightly higher amount of fat.

It also has a lower fat content.

It’s also a low fat, high protein source of protein and is a good source of iron, potassium and magnesium.

It is also less prone to cancer than beef, poultry and pork.

Graziers and hunters in the western United States have long been using goat meat for their meat, although the meat is now considered to be a delicacy in China.

According a 2009 study by the US Department of Agriculture, goat meats accounted for more than half of US livestock exports in 2009.

The company behind the goat products, Byron Center meats says its goat meat “is made from free-range, wild, nonhuman pris, wild pigs, goats, and deer, all free-roaming and not restricted by a cage”.

The company’s website also says it uses “free-range” cattle to make “best in class goat meat”, and that it uses the animals in its cattle operation to produce “the highest quality, healthiest meat”.

The website says Byron Center has been “very involved” in animal welfare issues, including a “firm commitment to animal welfare and animal welfare education and education”.

The USDA did not respond to Al Jazeera’s request for comment.

The USDA has also found that Byron Center meat is not a good option for vegetarians.

According the USDA website, “GMO [genetically modified organism] meat has not been shown to meet the standards of health, safety and nutritional adequacy required by the United States Food and Drug Administration”.

In a statement to Aljazeera, the company said that it does not support or promote any animal products that are derived from animals raised in confinement.

However, it added that the company’s products are sourced from free range and free-living animals, and all of its products are tested on animals for quality and safety before they are shipped to customers.