Meat = Boneless Muscle Meat. When planning a home-prepared diet for your animals, we recommend that the diet be comprised of predominantly muscle meat.
Our suggested amount is to build your diet using 70-80% muscle meat, 10% consumable bone + 10-20% organs, of which 5-10% is liver.
Alternatively, you may choose to feed a combination of this part of the diet being composed of 70% muscle meat with 10% seafood as an EFAs/Omega-3 rich food. We strongly advocate for the use of contaminant-free/low-mercury seafood (whole small fish, wild salmon, oysters, mussels, oysters, etc.) in place of fish oil supplements.
We have included boneless seafood cuts in this section for those that must prepare a seafood based diet for health/medical reasons (food allergies, intolerance) but these can also be used to supplement the diet for additional Omega-3.
If you choose to supplement with pureed, fermented or cooked veggies + fresh herbs and/or supplemental nutritious seasonal foods such as dairy and/or eggs, deduct the % of these ingredients from the muscle meat % of the diet. We recommend that these healthful additions be added to the diet at no more than 10-12% of the total diet.