Glad you like them John, I will never eat the stuff again. Looks like a goat, smells like a goat, tastes like a goat. I have had it prepared many different ways by my brother and his wife when visiting in WY and I did not care for them at all. The bbq'd stuff was best, but only because the bbq sauce can cover up the taste. My brother no longer hunts them either, unless he happens to see a super freak rack on the way to work or something, then he will buy a tag, just to see if he can get another cool one for the wall.
The only reason I keep going out after these speed goats is my wife likes the taste. I have had goat of off the sage flats in WY, tastes nothing like these goats we shoot that eat wheat, peas and alfalfa.