Chevon contains low fat and cholesterol and high levels of long-chain UFA that is good for the heart and blood circulation. Despite the benefits, not everyone can enjoy chevon because it is not a regular fare in markets. Anyone who wants chevon must purchase the whole animal, which makes it quite expensive; hence processing it into a product - “mara” that can be accessible to consuming public is taken into consideration. The study aims to determine the quality and shelflife of chevon mara as influenced by animal’s age and curing time. Data were analyzed using ANOVA following 4X4 factorial CRD, while significant differences between treatments were analyzed using Scheffe’s Test and Friedman Test for sensory evaluation. Results revealed that animal’s age significantly affects (p0.05) and are not affected by the animal’s age and curing time. Results revealed that processed chevon mara using 12, 14 and 16 months’ goats, regardless of curing time can be stored at chiller for 3 months.