Southern Cross Smallgoods is a small family operation making a range of goat meat products including salami, sausages, fresh cuts and roasts.  Goat’s meat is often called chevon when the meat comes from adults, and cabrito, capretto, or kid when from young animal.  All our meat is Chevon.

Goatmeat is lean and has nutritious qualities consistent with what health experts regard as a healthy meat alternative, particularly due to its low fat and cholesterol content. Due to its molecular structure, goatmeat is easier to digest and is lower in calories. Australian Goatmeat has a firm texture, with flavour profiles from mild to strong depending on the age of the animal.

Our products are made on our premises, cooked, cryovaced, labelled and priced. Our chevon range (goat meat) is sold frozen to our customers.

Southern Cross Smallgoods is situated 35 minutes northwest of Gympie. All our Boer Goats are farm raised in the paddock.  They are happy, healthy and treated with respect and care.

Chevon Salami Range
(all gluten free)

  • With Extra Pepper and Garlic
  • With Whole Peppercorns
  • With Chilli
  • With Fennel

Gourmet Chevon Sausages
(all gluten free)

  • Apple, Sage and Rosemary
  • Sweet Chilli Plum
  • Kasmir Curry and Coconut
  • Honey Macadamia
  • Spicy Spanish Chorizo

Cuts of Meat

  • Chevon Cutlets
  • Chevon Forequarter Chops
  • Chevon Loin Chops
  • Chevon Rack Chops
  • Chevon Rack Roast
  • Chevon Shoulder Roast

Cuts of Meat Cont…

  • Chevon Boneless Leg Roast
  • Chevon Mince
  • Chevon Neck Rosettes
  • Chevon Dog Meat Bones
Goat Neck Rosette
Uncut Rack and Lion Chop
Goat Chops
Goat Shoulder Roast
Goat Forequarter Chop
Goat Forequarter

CONTACT DETAILS

Southern Cross Smallgoods
Dean and Deborah Quick
Phone: 0417 898 345
Fax: 07 5484 7339
Sexton QLD 4570

ABN: 41 231 473 612
Safe Food Production Queensland Accreditation No. 122456-000

EMAIL US

MARKETS

Crystal Waters Market
(1st Saturday of the Month)

Blackall Range Growers Market (Witta Market)
(3rd Saturday of the Month)

Noosa Farmers Market
(1st and 3rd Sunday of the Month)