To assist with an unforeseen relocation, British goat leather company Billy Tannery has launched a range of premium goat leather products on Indiegogo.
The company, which has a micro-tannery based in Leicester, was founded with a sustainability ethos, taking goatskins previously wasted by the UK food industry and turning them into goat leather products.
In the midst of designing and developing its new range of products this year, the business learned that the farm it was located on had been sold and the tannery would need to relocate.
To assist with its moving efforts and to tie in with Goatober – an international event aimed at eliminating waste within the goat meat/dairy industry and encouraging people to eat goat meat – the company has launched an Indiegogo campaign where interested buyers can purchase Billy Tannery’s new products at a special rate.
The collection includes cardholders, a bifold wallet, journal, pouches in multiple sizes, and a ziptop backpack. In addition, a range of limited edition products and experiences are also available including a leather apron, a Billy x Studio Ashby goat leather stool (pictured, top), a Billy x Lee Marsh Goat Suede Bomber (pictured below), a micro-tannery masterclass, and a goat cookery school evening with Cabrito founder, James Whetlor.
The campaign is live at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/billy-tannery-goat-leather-goods-from-food-waste