Flint River Ranch
Pet Food

 

    I attended U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, one of the top schools of veterinary medicine in the country and graduated in 1993.  One of the courses required was nutrition, and in this course we addressed how pet food was made.  To make standard pet food, lots of additives are included to keep food from spoiling while it is processed, shipped and then sit on shelves waiting to be bought.  Also, to be able to make the food pellet, carbohydrates and fillers must be added for the manufacturer to be able to extrude the food into the recognizable shape.  Finally, to keep dust down and improve palatability, the food is sprayed with a fat or oil.

As to what protein sources go into the food, I learned more when I made the requisite visits to slaughter plants that vet school insists on.  It was horrible to see what our animal family members were eating.  Dead animals that had died from infection, cancer or other terrible causes were tagged to become pet food.  Animals that had been put to sleep with a chemical overdose were added.  By-products are used, which means chicken feet, heads, beaks, hides and hoofs go into the food and increase the cited protein content even though they are indigestible proteins.  That means that our pets are eating what was spoiled, moldy, rancid, diseased, filled with chemicals and really just trash.

I would like to share with you information on this food -- I use it, and even my pickiest dog and my cats love it.

Flint River Ranch

Formulated from 100% wholesome, human-grade foods, something not even the best selling premium foods can match (this includes Science Diet, Iams, Eukanuba, Nutro, Purina ONE and Pro-Plan).

  - No pet-grade food
- No by-products
- No Ethoxyquin
- No fillers
- Preserved with vitamins C & E
- Nothing artificial
 

If you are interested in a healthy food alternative for your cat or dog -- follow this link to  Flint River Pet Food

I am an independent distributor of Flint River Ranch Food. 
My distributor number is 199H.
Please feel free to email me with any questions at  KelpieNut@frontiernet.net

I can help decide which food would be best for your pet and answer any other questions you may have.

Click here to go to Flint River's order site

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