You don't have to be an adventurous eater to enjoy a lot of less-common, or “exotic” game meats. In fact, all of those mentioned here are raised for livestock in the States. The more limited number of small farms that do specialize in them means that you're getting a product that has not been processed through the large-scale industrial agriculture juggernaut. And, those farms are doing it for strong beliefs that their meat is uniquely delicious, even superior in ways to the average slab of beef, pork or chicken. Here are some of the qualities of five tasty game meats, with tips on where to buy them and how to prepare them at your next barbecue.