is this a good ingridients?
Meat meal, ground rice, high protein soybean meal, beef tallow (preserved with mixed tocopherols, source of natural vitamin E) rice bran, dried banana meal, banana flour, rice bran, flax seed, dried brewers yeast, spray dried whole egg product, lecithin, calcium phosphate, amino acid supplements (L-Lysine HCI, DL-Methionine, L-Threonine), yucca, schidigera extract, salt, trace minerals, (copper sulfate, ferrous sulfate, magnesium sulfate, amanganese sulfate, potassium iodide, sodium selenite, zinc oxide), vitamin supplements (choline chloride, vit.A, vit.D3, vit.E, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, vit.B6, vit.B12, niacin, biotin, folic acid).
Meat meal could be any meat, I would not trust it. Soy is not a good protein source for carnivores, then rice, rice bran and banana as fillers...I would not recommend it. But then it may be goo compared to what is available there....
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- Mohandas Gandhi
Horrible ingredients, I wouldnt feed that food in a million years.
Have you thought about feeding "prey model" or BARF? Seems like you don't have alot of good choices where you live and I would be suspicious of the vitamin and mineral content in the dry food anyways since the food seems so bad to begin with. I think I would be scared of the dry food choices and I think I would give raw chicken with bones (thighs/drumsticks/wings/backs/neck/feet) basically the whole chicken except the head or some beef rib bones with meat, eggs, fish, and other meats with bones and some veggies/fruit and a vitamin. I don't feed "prey model" or BARF but buy commercial raw foods so you would have to Google that.
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