Where have you looked? Generally, where are you located?It's not the vegetables just that halo is completely vegatbles beside the one meat source. So would ya'll suggest orijen or what? I can't find orijen anywhere.
I don't think that is what she was saying...but kinda?I must be foolhardy, uneducated, and paranoid then, right?
Yes, there is a range and that is because of the way they sample. In order to get a sample, the usual protocol is to collect 20 ten gram samples from 20 different bags from the same batch. Within those small samples, there is variation that they must allow for. The optimal is the average in each range which is the intended amount by the company.I don't think that is what she was saying...but kinda?
The problem with the Ca/P levels in kibbles is that their %'s are either at a minimum or maximum. So that way, they can fluctuate which means they overlap eachother...
When comparing Ca %'s in Orijen large breed puppy and puppy original formulas:
Same thing for Phosphorus:
How are you to know exactly how much Ca there is in the particular batch you get, when they are fluctuating in their present levels? And if it really does vary that much, wouldn't it all even out in the end...I mean between different bags or different batches?
What if you bought 4 or 5 bags of LB kibble and their actual Ca % was equal to 1.6% and P % was equal to 1.2% and that food last you through the majority of the growing period? Basically it would mean that you were feeding the equivalent to the original formula??? But paid the price for the LB formula?