btw as a joke mum sent me a link to www.tails.com for some dry food for Jess i wasn't impressed with ingredients even though meant to be tailor made for her i told mum as a result of that bad joke she can feed Jessie tripe for a week when get to uk!
Ha Ha!! Payback!!btw as a joke mum sent me a link to www.tails.com for some dry food for Jess i wasn't impressed with ingredients even though meant to be tailor made for her i told mum as a result of that bad joke she can feed Jessie tripe for a week when get to uk!
Sure is payback! btw stayed off course today and Jessie so impatient for her food. 48g bone in rabbit, 9g kidney 6 g liver for time being building up with organ amount to 24g each. here video https://youtu.be/nDWzOHcaumAHa Ha!! Payback!!
I agree its funny i should share that story in general discussion lol! the farts she was doing before poop reminded me of when she was on premade mix very assaulting to my nose.Oh my goodness that's funny! The dark poops can be from liver. It tends to cause black or really dark poops with a good bit of odor. And yes, that combined with deworming and vaccines can be a factor as well. I personally don't vaccinate mine, and only deworm if needed.
nope lamb darker in color and veal lighter kinda a pink meat if makes sense.Pork is the blandest of the red meats, but still fatty.
Veal and lamb are the same thing I think? I'm pretty sure.
Lamb comes from sheep.Like chicken, some dark meat some light, but comes from the same animal.
One may be a little fattier cuts than the other, but from the same animal, and lamb/veal is a fattier meat than chicken or turkey.
Oh yea! That's right! Duh!! I knew veal was a baby, just couldn't remember which it came from! And my dad raised cattle. I was raised around it.........Lamb comes from sheep.
Veal comes from calves aka baby cows.
Veal is leaner than lamb, 8 gram vs. 21 in lamb, according to google.
You have a good variety of proteins. Try the duck necks again and if they don't work for her just don't give them. You can use lamb ribs and rabbit for bone. You could add pork and pork ribs as well.So Jessie is now on multiple protiens which are
beef tounge heart and cheek mince
We have to try some duck necks! this will be ultimate test for duck as previosuly not sure if the duck necks were old and off but she vomited and had direha but then one time she got it she had colitis from diet, another time worming pill which make her ill apart from endogard so far fingers crossed. So will soon know if she can tolerate it or not. im nervous but will try it next week as this week is lamb brisket to try.
whats the best way with the necks give 53gm at once or 20gm a time?