I started out feeding a bone every other day but their poops were inconsistent...sometimes so hard I thought they were getting impacted, some days really loose or diarrhea. So, then upon Spycar's advice, I went to feeding a balanced meal every day. I feed once a day except for a tiny snack most mornings. (egg or yogurt, just a tad) Anyhow, I started feeding a part of a bone every day. The bones that I feed are not heavy enough of meat so they get meat separately. The bones or part of a bone they get are a choking risk. But they seem to be careful. I have some poultry shears and mostly they eat chicken wing parts, backs or necks. Just part because I have to make the bone 10% of the meal. They don't get too long a time chewing though so I wonder what good it's doing their teeth. Maybe okay since it's every day. (?) Anyhow, since doing it this way, they usually have good poops.
In this picture it looks like there's too much bone. Anyhow, sometimes I get a little too much or too little, sometimes on purpose if their poop wasn't so good the last time. Anyhow, this is approximately how their bowls look. There is about a half tsp or little more of vegetable mixture along with some additional muscle meat, including tripe, which I add every day and some organ. The muscle meat varies a lot. The bones, not so much...mostly chicken. They have a little trouble with very dense bones. They can do rabbit all right but the goat proved too dense. I took it away, fearing a broken tooth and swapped them for something else one time. Now i just cut off the meat and give it to them with a chicken bone. Hope that's all right that the bones are mostly chicken. Anyhow, this is how we've been going along for a while now and it seems to work. Oh, and a squirt of sardine/anchovy oil from Hare Today on top when they're not fed fish.