Our good friend and meat connoisseur, Clive, has been in Antarctica retrieving satellite tags that were used to gain oceanographic data about the Southern Ocean and tracking where the seals were going at sea. For his journey, he took a couple of goat curries with him. Apparently they went very down well!
Surprisingly, this isn't the first time our goat meat has been associated with the Antarctic region: last summer another friend was "cheffing" on Macquarie Island (Macca) and we managed to get some goat roasts down to him on the resupply vessel. He did some amazing things with it and had great reviews from the expeditioners.
We're pretty proud that our meat has been eaten on 2 continents, given we're such small producers. Even more excited that other people love it too!