Beef Liver

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Not only is liver an excellent source of protein, iron, zinc and folate, liver is also a good source of vitamin A, C, D, E and K, as well as B6 and B12. It is by far the most nutritional organ which is why it should be included in a dog’s diet. It is recommended that dogs diets should contain 10% of organs and half of that should be liver therefore 5% of your dog’s raw meat diet should be liver. Vitamin A assists in digestion, keeps reproductive organs healthy, and is a powerful antioxidant.

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Liver – why is it calculated different to all the other organs? One of the most notable differences between liver and other organs is the vitamin A content. Liver is jam packed with vitamin A, while other organs are not. With this, Vitamin A is one of only two vitamins which are possible to overdose on if given in excessive quantities which is why it’s important to balance liver with other secreting organs.

Secreting organs are the most nutrient dense part of an animal where they have many vital biological functions for life. Meat and bone are lacking in many important nutrients which is why it is highly recommended to feed liver and other organs in a raw diet.

Sold per kilo – Frozen in 1kg bags

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Weight 1.0 kg