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They don't source from China, no corn, by products,etc.
Deboned lamb in their lamb and rice formula. Organic Chicken and then chicken meal in the other..
I think it's a great dog food beside the beet pulp and brewers yeast..
a 10 pound bag costs 20 dollars where I live, and a 18 pound bag costs 25..

What do you guys think?

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id agree. if anything is $2/lb, i expect higher protein where most of the protein comes from meat product. grains are cheap compared to meat and i dont believe any grian inclusive food should cost nearly that much.

it is a fair looking food as grain inclusive food go, but unless nothing else would work for your dog, there are cheaper alternatives of similar quality.
 

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I've even seen Cal Natural Lamb and Rice for about $1.50 a pound (roughly $45 for a bag about 30 pounds) and it seems like a better food (at least for now). The last bag of Orijen I bought was $58.99 for 29.7 pounds, which comes to just under $1.99 a pound.
 

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nature variety gets their sources from china. that's a no for me. fromm is alright and hard to get. and natura will be nonexistent in a few months.

i don't really care about the expenses because the 10 pound lasts 2-4 months and the 25 pounds lasts around the same.
 

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nature variety gets their sources from china. that's a no for me. fromm is alright and hard to get. and natura will be nonexistent in a few months.

i don't really care about the expenses because the 10 pound lasts 2-4 months and the 25 pounds lasts around the same.
wouldnt the 25 pound last 2.5 times as long?so 10 months?
 
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