Big Country Raw Fare Game Turkey & Sardines With Beef Cat Food – 2 Lb

Big Country Raw Fare Game Turkey & Sardines With Beef Cat Food – 2 Lb

Big Country Raw Fare Game Turkey & Sardines With Beef Cat Food – 2 Lb

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A blend of Canadian turkey with sardines and beef organ meat with barley grass and wheatgrass. Packaged in ½ lb portions each 2 lb carton contains 4 vacuum-sealed packs.

Each raw meal from Big Country Raw is hormone, antibiotic-free and is 100% sourced and made in Canada.

Key Benefits

  • Complete and balanced raw meal for cats
  • Hormone & Antibiotic Free
  • Ontario Raised Turkey
  • Great option for cats
  • Convenient 1/2 lb portions

Recipe Ratio

  • 70% Muscle Meat
  • 10% Organ Meat
  • 10% Ground Bone
  • 10% Fruit & Vegetables

Dinner Feeding Guide

Add Thrive® Herring Oil (the popular choice) or alternatively Thrive® Hemp Seed Oil (plant-based option) for Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Omega-3 Fatty Acids may improve the shine and luster of the coat, reduce inflammation and aid in the absorption and distribution of essential nutrients.

Safe Raw Food Handling Instructions

  • Keep food frozen and thaw in refrigerator until ready to use.
  • Raw food must be used within 3 days after thawing
  • Return unused food back to the refrigerator after serving.
  • Serve in stainless steel or ceramic dishes.
  • Wash all work surfaces, utensils, serving spoons and hands with hot water & soap after handling raw meat & poultry.

Ingredients

Turkey, Ground Turkey Bone, Beef Heart, Sardine, Beef Liver, Beef Spleen, Beef Kidney, Barley Grass, Wheat Grass, Kelp.

Guaranteed Analysis

Analysis shown per 100g as fed

Calories (min) 148 kcal
Protein (min) 21%
Fat (min) 6%
Moisture (max) 70%
Carbs (max) 1.9%
Fiber (max)
0.1%
Calcium (min)
0.55%
Phosphorus (min)
0.40%

Disclaimer: Big Country Raw® follows the Minimal Requirement (Amount/1000kcal for Growing Kittens After Weaning & Adults Cats) suggested by The Nutrient Requirement for Dogs and Cats by the National Research Council (NRC).

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