Is There Room in the United States Diet for Goat Meat? Analysis of the 2019 National Goat Meat Survey
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Agriculture
College of Agriculture
Demand for goat meat has steadily increased in the past decade, but few studies have been conducted addressing goat meat attributes and demographic factors on consumers’ willingness to buy goat meat products. Analyzing a national consumer survey on goat meat preference, a logit modeling is used addressing factors affecting willingness to buy three goat meat products: grass-fed, locally grown, and organically raised. Results indicate that quality and freshness attribute characteristics significantly affect consumer willingness to buy grass-fed, organic, and locally grown goat meat.
goat meat, consumer preferences, willingness to buy goat meat products, quality, freshness, grass-fed, organic, locally grown
Agribusiness | Agricultural Economics | Econometrics | Sheep and Goat Science
© Everett Marcus Martin
Martin, Everett Marcus, "Is There Room in the United States Diet for Goat Meat? Analysis of the 2019 National Goat Meat Survey" (2021). MSU Graduate Theses. 3704.
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