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i found this food that i can buy in belgium , i want your opinions about it :wink:

dutch cowmeal , maïs en tarwe (expanded breadgrains), cowfat (melted by max. 90 oC), rice, plant oils and lecithine, gist ( for rising of cakes etc) , minerals, spore elements (chelaten) en vitamins.

Farm Food HE contains no chicken or chicken-products


protein 24,0 %
fat 15,0 %
fibre, Rc; 2,0 %
Ashes; 6,0 %
moisture; 8,0 %
Ov. koolhydraten 45,0 %
Calcium, Ca 1,0 %
Fosfor, P. 0,8 %
Kalium, K. 0,6 %
Natrium, Na 0,35 %
Magnesium, Mg 1450 mg/kg
Mangaan, Mn 28 mg/kg
IJzer, Fe. 100 mg/kg
Kobalt, Co. 2,2 mg/kg
Koper, Cu. 6 mg/kg
Zink, Zn. 60 mg/kg
Selenium, Se 0,2 mg/kg
Jodium, I. 1,2 mg/kg
Vitamine A. 12500 IE/kg
Vitamine D-3 1250 IE/kg
Vitamine E. 100 mg/kg
Vitamine K. 3 mg/kg
Vitamine B-1. (thiamine) 12,5 mg/kg
Vitamine B-2. (riboflavine) 12 mg/kg
Vitamine B-3. (niacine) 50 mg/kg
Vitamine B-6. (pirydoxine) 7,3 mg/kg
Vitamine B-12 (cobalamine) 0,035 mg/kg
Vitamine C. 100 mg/kg
Pantotheenzuur (vit. B-5) 52 mg/kg
Biotine. (vit.H) 0,23 mg/kg
Folinezuur (vit. B-4) 9 mg/kg
Choline 1250 mg/kg
digestability: 86,83 %
protein/energielevel 23,16 %
Energie: 4145 Kcal/kg


i hope you guys can read it , i translated the most of it ...if there's anything you don't understand please ask .

i'm really interested in this

thanks kisses nat
 

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Another site I belong has a member who did extensive research on dog food. She's the one that got me thinking about what exactly is in dog food. Her site is amazing and it really gives a good insight on how to read pet food labels. Here is the direct link.

http://www.mordanna.com/dogfood/index.php?page=li101

Her entire site is pretty informational.
 

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NoahFL said:
Another site I belong has a member who did extensive research on dog food. She's the one that got me thinking about what exactly is in dog food. Her site is amazing and it really gives a good insight on how to read pet food labels. Here is the direct link.

http://www.mordanna.com/dogfood/index.php?page=li101

Her entire site is pretty informational.
i looked at that site and its like my online handbook to dog food, lol. its has tons of info and its the site that educated me on everything i know about this subject.

nat: corn is ok in dog food as long as its not a main ingredient. the farther down an ingredient list something is, the less it has in it. i try to stay away from foods with any corn product as one of the first 5 ingredients. :)
 
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