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Turkey Pet Food with Bones (Meal Topper, 1lb

Turkey Pet Food with Bones (Meal Topper, 1lb

Corn & Soy Free

The best food, for your best friend! From pastured turkeys fed a GMO-free, soy-free and corn-free feed. This meal topper will add enzymes, nutrients, protein, and moisture to your pet's diet. Feed as a meal topper or as part of a whole prey diet.

The Nitty Gritty Details

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Our pasture raised turkey neck and backs are ground finely into a raw blend. Then, it's immediately frozen when fresh.
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Our turkey pet food can be fed on top of kibble, canned, or cooked foods. Any amount of raw meat and bones in your pet's life is a benefit to their health and well being! 

*It is not recommend that you cook this food before feeding, as cooked bones are not healthy for pets.

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Our turkey pet food is NOT a complete diet... but it can be used as part of one. 

A whole prey diet is composed on about 80% muscle meat & fat, 10% offal/organs, and 10% soft bone. Our turkey pet food is about 50% muscle meat and 50% bone.

So, you could feed 1 part of our turkey pet food alongside 4 parts added muscle meat and 1 part added organs for a complete diet. For example, if you feed your pet 18oz of raw food per day, you would feed 3oz of turkey pet food, 12oz of muscle meat, and 3oz of organs for a complete whole prey diet.

*It is not recommend that you cook this food before feeding, as cooked bones are not healthy for pets.

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Yes! Pop the frozen (or partially thawed) turkey pet food out of the container and cut into portions with a big sturdy knife. This is especially useful for smaller pets that only eat a little bit per day. Those portions can be stored in an airtight bag in the freezer. Take out one portion at a time to thaw and feed as needed.
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Keep turkey pet food in the freezer for up to 6 months. Put in the fridge a day before feeding to thaw. Once thawed, it will last up to 2 days in the fridge. 
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Our products are made in small batches, and the farm does its best to maintain consistency, but it can vary from batch to batch. Plus, since our turkeys are pasture raised, the flavor and color varies with the seasons and the weather. And finally, since we don’t use preservatives, colors, or flavors, all of that will change from batch to batch.
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The turkey is packaged in HDPE plastic, which is the most environmentally stable of all plastics. It does not contain BPA, phthalates, heavy metals, harmful fumes, or allergens. But all plastic has the potential to leach chemicals.