Over a year into the grinding of Chance's food and we can now do it in half the time, so that's a plus. The most tedious part is the portioning out of the ground food into meal-sized portions. We put aluminum foil down to keep meat from drying on the bare counters to help with clean up.
I just took delivery of just over 16 lbs. of emu and almost 3.5 lbs. of emu liver. Emu was always one of Chance's favorite meats so we decided to start sourcing it again. We've been feeding emu again since August.
She now eats bone-in chicken, beef, pork, lamb, venison, emu, pork spleen, pork liver, pork kidney, beef liver, beef kidney, lamb liver, lamb kidney, and chicken liver.
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