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Haven't posted many pics lately. This forum has slowed down a bit sadly. Anyways, here are some past pics for your interest.

whole rabbit


deer leg


bison tail, beef pancreas, ground llama, beef heart and trachea


venison leg, whole quail, beef tripe and liver


beef heart, bison tongue, and chicken foot
 

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I haven't been here in a while. That's what happens when you get a full-time job... On an organic farm! It's awesome. I get TONS of "reject" eggs and produce, and I can have (I prefer to buy) both raw cow and goat milk! Of course I share it with the dogs, and they greatly enjoy what I bring home from work.
Anywho, pictures!


Chicken giblets and an egg and some yogurt.


Sasha working on a Baby Beef foot.


Juneau waiting for permission to eat her foot. (I don't know why but she always does that.)

Some assorted meals.











Sometimes Juneau will eat like this.


A cruddy picture of the "20 pound meat box" that I keep in the fridge and refill when needed.
 

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Greens! (Yes, they ate and liked them!)


Another 20 pound meat box picture, freshly filled with chicken, pork, beef, and a turkey neck.





Conker announces the food. Every day. For at least 30 seconds.




That's my meat knife. A foot and a half long knife that I use to cut the meat.


Sasha (Look at how fit and trim she is! She used to be a fatty fat fat.)


Juneau.

 

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Conker strongly prefers turkey necks, so he usually gets those instead of chicken.



I love how his eyes look dark and primal when he eats.


Chicken boobs for the Girls.



Right now the dogs get assorted meats, usually chicken with either beef or pork, liver (usually beef), eggs, raw milk/yogurt, a few supplements, and some sort of plants I bring home from the farm. Currently that is greens, radishes, carrots, and various squashes (zucchini) that I run through the hand-crank meat grinder. They like them, and digest them just fine, so they will continue to get them. Sometimes they get grains(oats or rice) instead, but since I've got access to great, healthy, organic, and FREE produce, that is what I prefer to give them.
 

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A lot of stuff comes from ads for free meat, butchers, deer processors and grocery stores.
 

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Is any type of raw meat/part safe?
I wouldn't feed stomach or intestines because if there are parasites, that's where they would be. Also weight bearing bones. They are subject to cracking and breaking teeth because of being so dense.
 

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Emma meals

pork, turkey neck/deer with homemade beef neck broth


pork/pork ribs with pork blood


Nummy nummy! Beef neck! This was taken just before I traded the bone for a beef liver


Pork, soup bone broth/marrow half(she get's marrow halfs every Monday, Weds/Fri)


Playing tetris in the freezer....twas NOT fun! See the package of brats on the bottom? Yeah, my husband pulled it out and everything came tumbling down -.-


Prepping boneless din dins. Pork is her staple


Turkey wing. Nummy!


Kitty watching Emma eat. I HOPE she is getting jealous and switches on her own accord. She's 13+ years old and has been on Meow Mix all her life. We've switched her to high quality kibbles with poor results :(
 

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Meals yesterday, fryer legs with pork stuff, some lung, heart, organs.


Let them all work on a pig leg, in hindsight should have taken out some more meat, there wasn't much left by Ripley's turn so I had to freezer search and threw her a whole quail after this.
Jersey first

Nero's turn

Ripley
 

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This is my freebie from a few weeks ago for Stanley, a piece of cow spine with a few ribs attached - yum yum yum says the greyhound!
 

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This is what the dogs got today. Three bowls contain chicken, pork, beef liver ad heart, eggs, and yogurt. The fourth contains a chicken leg, egg, and some yogurt.


The fourth bowl belongs to this guy, a Shiba inu that I rescued off the freeway after his owner chucked him out the car window. I don't think he's ever eaten a raw chicken leg before, since he just stared at it for a few minutes.


I held it for him as he figured out how this raw food thing works.


He got it eventually.
 

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I spy a Salmon tail!!!....I think xD

And that poor Shiba! Glad he's in good hands now. I would of loved to watch him stare at it LOL
 
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