Vermont Chevon

Providing New England and the Northeast
with a high-quality meat product and
supporting sustainable agriculture

Thirty years ago Americans didn’t eat goat cheese. Vermont Creamery and chefs paved the way. We are cheering for Vermont Chevon to pioneer sumptuous and healthy goat meat with restaurants creating important markets for our region’s goat dairies.
— Allison Hooper, Co-Founder of Vermont Creamery
Vermont Chevon is a visionary organization helping to bring true sustainabiity to goat dairies through its meat programs. Goat meat is the most incredible meat yet to be discovered by American chefs, and Vermont Chevon is one of the highest quality sources.
— Adam Danforth, Butcher, Father, and Educator, James Beard and IACP Award-winning Author


"It's like dining in Morocco without leaving Vermont."


Mad River Taste Place for Small Artisan Makers and Growers

Mad River Taste is the local marketing program supporting Makers and Growers located in the valleys, the hill farms and mountain forests along the Mad River. The Mad River Taste Place celebrates the Makers and Growers and brings their food and beverages along with their stories to people who appreciate good food and drink, made by hand with the best ingredients.


Adam Danforth: A Changing Meat Culture

Vermont Chevon — tender, succulent with the rich flavor of grass-fed beef — is the most popular red meat in the world. Chefs in the United States are creating inspiring chevon dishes and customers are discovering the delicious culinary possibilities and health benefits of this protein source.

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Our Story

Vermont Chevon is the result of innovative thinking, a belief in sustainable agriculture, and the success of the state’s cheese making industry.

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Get Our Goat

New England and New York City restaurants are serving up delicious chevon dishes, and the number of markets and butchers  carrying our chevon products is growing.

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Our Farmers

We are proud to partner with the dairy goat farms that hold to high standards and are helping further the sustainable agricultural goals for the Northeast.