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Better in the Raw for Ferrets

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Better in the Raw for Ferrets is a whole food supplement for preparing a raw homemade diet. When feeding this raw ferret food diet, no additional supplementation is necessary.

No grains, vegetables, or fruits of any kind are used. Just add water and raw meat.

Better in the Raw for Ferrets is designed for all life stages - maintenance, growth and reproduction.  It's meant to be combined with water and raw human grade meat in the amounts and proportions stated. It is not a food for ferrets on its own nor meant to be a sprinkle-on vitamin supplement.

Egg yolk, calcium lactate, beef liver powder, gelatin, whey protein concentrate, EFA from fish, taurine, kelp, barley grass powder, Vitamin B complex, Vitamin E succinate.

The ingredients we use to make Better in the Raw for Ferrets are without exception of human grade quality. All materials are 100% natural, and no preservatives, colours or other artificial additives are used. None of our ingredients are sourced from China.

Make a 3lb. batch of ferret food (approx. 18 - 1/3 cup servings)

  • 2lbs. (900g) raw meat of your choice
  • 1 1/2 cups of water
  • 1/2 cup Better in the Raw for Ferrets

Directions

  1. Pour 1 1/2 cups cold water into a bowl, add 1/2 cup of Better in the Raw powder, and whisk.  The product will create a semi-gelatinous texture within a few minutes.
  2. Add 2lbs. (900g) raw meat of your choice, ground or chopped.  Stir gently until well combined.
  3. Portion into daily servings. 1/3 cup to 1/2 cup will feed one adult ferret per day. This can be split into two or more servings.
  4. Freeze for storage. Thaw to room temperature before feeding. Caution: Do not leave this raw food at room temperature for longer than 1 hour.

    Choosing the Meat

    Chicken, turkey, beef, venison, lamb or pork are all good choices. The meat must be fresh, raw and fit for human consumption. Use ground or cut into small cubes. We recommend feeding a variety of meats and rotating these choices if possible. Meat should be no greater than 15-20% fat content. When transitioning ferrets to this raw diet, poultry has proven to be the best option.

    Avoid feeding raw fish and mixing different kinds of meat into one meal. The ferret is a carnivore and the digestive system is not designed to tolerate the consumption of vegetables or grains.

Based on "as is" mixed food including ground chicken meat. Average daily meal size: 1/3 cup (75g)

Energy/Kcal 90
Protein 17.3%
Carbohydrates 1.2%
Fat 6%
Ash 2.13%
Calcium 150mg
Phosphorus 140mg
Magnesium 46mg
Sodium 90mg
Potassium 125mg

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