Duck is a type of poultry. Duck meat has a much stronger flavor than both chicken and turkey. Duck is predominantly a source of B vitamins. Selenium is the most concentrated mineral in duck, and the meat is high in phosphorus, iron, zinc, and copper.
Most of the health benefits of duck meat relate to the protein and nutrients it contains. However, it does offer a couple of unique benefits that other meats lack.
1) Duck skin is a significant source of glycine. Glycine also has sleep-promoting properties, and randomized trials demonstrate that glycine supplementation improves sleep quality.
2) A good source of dietary protein, per 100 grams, duck (including the skin) offers 19 grams of protein. Protein plays some key roles in the pet's body, it is responsible for :
- Building and repairing the body’s cells
- Building muscle/retaining lean mass
- Enhances the immune system
- Provides important proteins for structure and the overall health of skin and hair
- Some proteins act as enzymes
3) Rich in Selenium. Selenium is thought to be a kind of antioxidant, and it has benefits related to inflammation and immune response.
4) Full of B Vitamins.
- Converting the food into energy
- Playing a role in cognitive function
- Involved with the muscular and nervous system
- Assisting with the production of hormones
- A role in the immune system
- Producing DNA and red blood cells
Duck is a high-fat variety of poultry that offers moderate protein content, and it is high in B vitamins, selenium, phosphorus, and iron.
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|| Well Mixed Protein Source, Organs, Bones
|| Vegetables and Fruits
Ingredients Recipe by List
Whole Duck , Grind Bone, Duck Liver, Duck Heart, Duck Egg, Duck Egg Shell, Spinach, Pumpkin, Pumpkin Seed, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
||High-fat variety of poultry that offers moderate protein content, and it is high in B vitamins, selenium, phosphorus, and iron.
||The biggest benefit of including bones in a raw food diet is finding the proper ratio of calcium and phosphorus by natural source. Promotes dental health.
||It contains a good range of B vitamins, and it is particularly high in niacin (vitamin B3)
|Heart is one of the most nutritional muscle meats. It is rich in iron and zinc, and is a great source of thiamin, vitamin B6 and B12, phosphorus, copper and selenium.
||Great source of very digestible protein, riboflavin, selenium and act as protein boost. Egg yolks are loaded with vitamins and minerals, including biotin. This substance is also known as Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H, and a lack of it in a pet's diet can cause a dry coat, hair loss and skin problems.
|Duck Egg Shell
||Excellent source of calcium and protein for pets. For strong bones and teeth.
||It is a good source of fibre and beta carotene (a source of vitamin A). Keeping the GI tract moving helps keep the cells lining the gut healthy. Pumpkin is a fabulous source of fibre for their digestive health. It can help pets with both constipation and diarrhoea. It can also benefits to pets with indigestion or upset stomachs. The oils in pumpkin flesh and seeds are believed to support urinary health.
|Pumpkin seeds are high in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, good for overall healthy skin and fur. The oils in pumpkin flesh and seeds are believed to support urinary health. They are also an excellent source of Vitamin A, beta-carotene, potassium and iron, and may even reduce the likelihood your pet will develop cancer.
||Spinach contains large amounts of vitamins A, B, C, and K. It also contains iron, antioxidants, beta-carotene, and roughage, which stimulate the digestive tract.
|Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
||Coconut oil gently elevates the metabolism, provides a higher level of energy and vitality, protects your dog from illness, and speeds healing. As a bonus, coconut oil can improve dog's skin and coat, improves digestion, and reduces allergic reactions.
Crude Protein : MIN 12%
Crude Fat : MIN 10%
Crude Fiber : MAX 5.%
Moisture : MAX 72%
Calcium : MIN 0.35%
Phosphorus : MIN 0.20%
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Below 3kg : Rm25
3.1-6kg : Rm12
6.1-19.6kg : Rm10
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Below 3kg : Rm40
3.1-6kg : Rm25
6.1-19.6kg : Rm15
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Always keep barf frozen in freezer. By storing in freezer (below -4℃), fully sealed product will last for 6 months.
Recommended : Finish defrosted BARF within 48 hours.
Use chiller to defrost your barf. And you can save left over barf in chiller for later, it will last for 48 hours. Never leave the barf unattended for more than 30 minutes.
Take it out from chiller. Scoop out barf, measure the amount you want to feed with spoon to your pet's bowl or you can cut the barf into cube size for your pets. Some fur-pawrent make meat ball with barf to their pets too! Do not worry the temperature, they will enjoy the icy texture.
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