Steve's Real Food Steve's Real Food Turducken

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Steve's Real Food
$ 35.00 Excl. tax

1.25 lb bag
re-hydrates to approximately 5lbs of food

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Pet owners love Steve’s Turducken Diet because of its high protein and low-fat content.  Unlike the Chicken and Turkey Diet; Turducken has higher level of Zinc and Manganese, two minerals that have shown to help with preventing ACL tears.

This mixed protein diet uses the optimal meat and organs from each animal to ensure complete nutrition.

ingredients
Ground Turkey, Ground Chicken, Broccoli, Duck Necks, Duck Hearts, Turkey Heart, Turkey Liver, Chicken Liver, Apples, Celery, Raw Goat’s Milk, Romaine Lettuce, Chia Seed, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Taurine, Salmon Oil, Coconut Oil, Inulin, Mixed Tocopherols, Eggshell Membrane, Dicalcium Phosphate

nutritional fast facts
Calories: 4930 per kg (140 per oz)
Calcium to Phosphate: 1.5:1
B.A.R.F Formulation
80% Meat/Organ/Bone 20% Produce
Carbohydrates: 1.7%
PH Level: 6.4 S.U.

guaranteed analysis
Protein: 55.3% minimum
Fat: 32.01% minimum
Fiber: 0.2% maximum
Moisture: 4.4% maximum

vitamins

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitamin A

12460

IU/kg

Niacin (B3)

78.1

mg/kg

Vitamin D

3214

IU/kg

Pyridoxine (B6)Niacin (B3)

1.7

mg/kg

Vitamin E

70

IU/kg

Folic Acid

1.4

mg/kg

Thiamine (B1)

6.1

IU/kg

Vitamin B12

0.6

mg/kg

Riboflavin (B2)

15.9

IU/kg

Choline

3210

mg/kg

Pantothenic Acid

50.06

IU/kg

Taurine

0.20%

mg/kg


minerals

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ash

7%

 

Iron

149

mg/kg

Calcium

1.50%

 

Copper

9.1

mg/kg

Phosphorus

1.43%

 

Manganese

9.5

mg/kg

Potassium

0.97%

 

Zinc

154

mg/kg

Sodium

0.50%

 

 

 

 

Magnesium

0.11%

 

 

 

 


If you have never fed raw before, you may be surprised as you watch your dog's health improve while they transition to a healthier diet. It's important to be aware of how much you should be feeding your pet. When you feed your pet a raw food diet, they will often require less food than if you were to feed them a kibble/grain-based diet, because the food has so much more nutritional value.

Keep in mind that our feeding guidelines should be used as a starting point.  Some large breeds have lower food requirements than average, and some active breeds need more food than their weight would imply. You know your pet better than we do, and you can adjust from this model as you feel best.

 

 

 

Pet’s Weight (lb)

Weight to Feed (Dry)

Cups to Feed

5

0.8oz

1/2

20

2oz

1 1/4

35

4.4oz

2 3/4

50

6oz

3 3/4

85

10oz

6 1/4

120

14.4oz

9


There are a few factors that will affect the recommended amount to feed your pet, such as age, activity level, and weight goals. We use the bodyweight percentage rule, which estimates feeding amounts based on the weight of your pet.

For example, if you have a 50-pound adult Australian Shepherd, then you would want to feed them 2.5% of their body weight, which is 1.25 lb (daily).
50lbs x 2.5% = 1.25 lbs

Body Weight Percentage Recommendation:  We suggest that you feed your pet the following percentages based on their activity and weight goals.

 

 

 

Pet’s Activity/Life Stage

Percent of Body Weight to Feed

Oz to Feed for Every 10lbs of Body Weight

Overweight

1.5%

2.4

Average Activity

2.0%

3.2

Above Average Activity

2.5%

4

Weight Gain Goal

3.0%

4.8

Highly Active

3.5%

5.6

Kittens, Puppies, or Pregnant

4%+

6.4

Safe Handling
Please keep in mind that you are dealing with raw, unprocessed meat. As you would when preparing raw meat for your human family, take the precautions of washing your hands after touching, cleaning surfaces thoroughly, and any other steps you would normally take. While animals have the digestive tracts to deal with contaminants such as salmonella and e-coli (which we test regularly for and keep our foods free from regardless) it is the risk for human contact that leads to FDA recalls of raw pet food in our industry. So remember to treat your dog and cat food as you would any other raw meat. Recalls are actually more likely from kibble, so if you are mixing take the same precautions with both types of food.

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