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Regurge Or Vomit? Should I Be Worried?

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Once the men see the benefits of it all, they will be weary. It's a general trend that the women are the ones who are interested in raw feeding first, and it's all about convincing the spouse. 

 

The only thing that Jon isn't the biggest fan of is butchering for the dogs. That falls mostly on me, but whatever, I enjoy it LOL


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I just found that the chix quarters that I thought were 99 cents a pound were actually 87 cents a pound so I bought $35 dollars worth. I have enough chix quarters in the freezer to feed the dogs for the next three weeks. I spent over an hour tearing the skin off and putting them in bags and hubby comes in and says, "that's disgusting. I've never seen so much chicken in one place."

 

In other news Maycie was slightly tentative at meal time, but she eventually took to it with some gusto. I think she will be pretty good at this soon. Her papa seems to think she just doesn't like chicken. LOL


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Once the men see the benefits of it all, they will be weary. It's a general trend that the women are the ones who are interested in raw feeding first, and it's all about convincing the spouse. 

 

The only thing that Jon isn't the biggest fan of is butchering for the dogs. That falls mostly on me, but whatever, I enjoy it LOL

 

 

Wayne saw the benefits after about the first feeding, and he was sold on raw. That's all it took. He's also the one around here who is all about butchering! No problems there at all. He butchers, and I stand there holding containers. Deer season comes around, and he's a butchering fool! He's done a lot of rabbits and chickens too, but I'm really hoping we will score a sheep or cow. He's already looking forward to doing one of them.


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I just found that the chix quarters that I thought were 99 cents a pound were actually 87 cents a pound so I bought $35 dollars worth. I have enough chix quarters in the freezer to feed the dogs for the next three weeks. I spent over an hour tearing the skin off and putting them in bags and hubby comes in and says, "that's disgusting. I've never seen so much chicken in one place."
 
In other news Maycie was slightly tentative at meal time, but she eventually took to it with some gusto. I think she will be pretty good at this soon. Her papa seems to think she just doesn't like chicken. LOL


Shane wouldn't like ripping off skin either, he saw it squish between my fingers and was "hell naw!" Lol

I just wish I had more counter space!i have three bags of various meats to sort and nowhere enough room to do it.

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Shane wouldn't like ripping off skin either, he saw it squish between my fingers and was "hell naw!" Lol

I just wish I had more counter space!i have three bags of various meats to sort and nowhere enough room to do it.

Outside? Garage? Look for a few table on Craigslist for meat prep purposes






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