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Total Raised


Last Raised

$70K | 6 yrs ago

About Iron Goat

Iron Goat is replacing conventional methods for livestock feed production with automated robotic processes that can produce a product at one-third of the cost. The company's platform is fully autonomous and generates its own fuel from the biomass being harvested. The pelleted product the company produces has reduced waste, better nutrient content, and better transportation and handling characteristics compared to baled hay.

Iron Goat Headquarters Location

21 Drydock Ave. 6th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts, 02210,

United States


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Latest Iron Goat News

Canmore's Iron Goat Pub & Grill offers great food, prices and, of course, those views

Mar 30, 2017

Report an error A series of snow squalls were blowing over Ha Ling peak and the eastern reaches of Rundle. It was scenery that massively filled the south-facing windows of the Iron Goat, a towering and rustic pub and eatery perched above the Bow Valley gateway to Banff National Park. The expansive patio of the lodge-like abode must have one of Canmore's best commercial views. And the weathered and wheeled wooden crate guarding the entrance appeared to be a real coal car, evoking Canmore's mining past. Iron Goat's menu tends towards the Canadian with more than a few nods to local ingredients. The bison onion soup ($9.95) was tempting, but we opted for a meaty take on a salad — the pulled pork wedge ($14.50). Before we dug in, this had the look of a nacho platter without the nachos with a cheddar cheese-studded salsa-like mix blended with slightly seared iceberg lettuce, pico de gallo and a slightly spicy cheddar and mesquite ranch dressing. This was fortified with plenty of slightly sweet pulled pork that also supplied a vaguely smoky flavour. We liked it quite a bit, though its meatiness had us tempted to order another salad. A single squid was sculpted into rings but remained intact in Hina's grilled calamari entree ($21.95), its meat tender in texture. This was served on a bed of risotto with a robustly garlic flavour that dominated the plate - tasty but a little on the salty side. Its base were slices of grilled zucchini, accompanied with a nice medley of pearl onions, Kalamata olives, artichokes, tomatoes and crimini mushroom done up in a balsamic preparation. A trio of meats graced Mizue's BBQ platter ($27.95) — beef brisket, a very tender chicken and pulled pork that served with creole, regular and honey BBQ sauces. "They taste pretty close to each other," said excellent server Brad with a wink. Her platter was rounded out with tasty garlic mashed potatoes and jalapeno corn bread with a crispy-crusty attitude. It was a solidly-prepared, if unexceptional combo, she concluded. My selection, the Alberta game meatloaf ($24.95) was the most locally-inspired of our choices, blending elk and bison with beef to provide a flavour just a touch richer than the usual. Even so, I was expecting a bit more seasoned taste, though the large slab of meatloaf was graced with a nice, savoury gravy studded with white onions. Garlic mashed potatoes were teamed with a vey good root vegetable medley. A recommendation from Brad had us divvying a slice of peanut butter pie ($8.95) that was actually more of a cheesecake and a splendid one at that, delivering a not-too-sweet dose of peanuts goodness topped with toasted nut crunch and drizzled with chocolate. The mountain panorama from the Iron Goat's hard to top and the portions of what are some pretty decent dishes were generous. But the flavours don't quite keep pace with those views and the price points. Iron Goat Pub & Grill 703 Benchlands Tr., Canmore 403-609-0222 * * * (out of five)

  • Where is Iron Goat's headquarters?

    Iron Goat's headquarters is located at 21 Drydock Ave., Boston.

  • What is Iron Goat's latest funding round?

    Iron Goat's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition.

  • How much did Iron Goat raise?

    Iron Goat raised a total of $70K.

  • Who are the investors of Iron Goat?

    Investors of Iron Goat include MIT Clean Energy Prize and MassChallenge.

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