Chicken & Veg Mince
Moisture (loss on drying) 67.7g/100g
Protein (N x 6.25)22.6g/100g
Total Fat (Acid Hydrolysis) 12.9g/100g
Total Carbohydrate (by difference) <0.1g/100g
Energy Value 862 kj/100g
Energy Value 207kcal/100g
Crude Fibre 1.3 g/100g
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Chicken & Bone mince
We don't use heads, feathers, beaks or feet
We don't add bulking to our food such as dairy and animal by-products
NO artificial colouring or flavourings
NO rendered meat, fats or oils, NO meat or bone meals, NO processed grains, NO preservatives, NO salt or sugar, NO sugar beet, NO additives, NO cereal, NO wheat, NO fillers, NO GM
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Raw green tripe
offers beneficial bacteria and enzymes. It has a desirable calcium:phosphorus ratio of 1:1. Green tripe’s pH is acidic, the protein is 16.2%, and the fat is 12.1%. It also has the correct proportions of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.
One of the best constituents of raw green tripe is lactobacillus acidophilus. This is one of the intestinal bacteria that keep unwanted bacteria such as e-coli, salmonella and listeria from overpopulating and causing health problems.
A balance of microflora in the gut is extremely important to maintaining good health.
These probiotics help keep the animal’s immune system in top shape.
Digestive enzymes. The enzymes that help the ruminant digest its meal will give the pet the same benefit. Dogs and cats do not naturally produce amylase, so the nutrients present in vegetative matter are not readily available to them. Raw green tripe contains these digestive enzymes.
It contains the following vitamins and minerals:
Vitamin E, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic, Acid, Choline, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper Manganese, Selenium