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FD Chicken Diet

Steve Real Food

FD Chicken Diet

  • $4799

Steve’s Chicken Diet uses only free range, vegetarian fed chicken. The Chicken Diet is high in manganese and magnesium, which are crucial for ligament health, and a mid-range fat and protein profile, making it a good option for high-energy dogs. Steve’s uses the B.A.R.F. formulation making our meat-to-produce ratio at 80%/20%. It is packed full of functional foods that provide both protein and all the essential vitamins and minerals that help promote strong bones, fight diseases, and supports organ function.

Our complete and balanced chicken diet for dogs and cats are made from cage free, antibiotic and hormone free chicken.

Ground Chicken, Raw Ground Chicken Bone, Chicken Livers, Chicken Gizzards, Broccoli, Carrots, Romaine Lettuce, Cantaloupe, Raw Goat’s Milk, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Salmon Oil, Coconut Oil, Inulin, Taurine, Mixed Tocopherols, Eggshell Membrane, Dicalcium Phosphate

Protein: 49.51% minimum

Fat: 33.12% minimum

Fiber: 2.4% maximum

Moisture: 4.8% maximum

Nutritional Fast Facts

Calories: 4900 per kg (139 per oz)

Calcium to Phosphate: 1.4:1

B.A.R.F Formulation

80% Meat/Organ/Bone 20% Produce

Carbohydrates: 1.7 %

PH Level: 6.8 S.U.


Vitamin A 5610 IU/kg

Vitamin D 3540 IU/kg

Vitamin E 62 IU/kg

Thiamine (B1) 5.6 IU/kg

Riboflavin (B2) 9.1 IU/kg

Pantothenic Acid 26.4

Niacin (B3) 60.1 mg/kg

Pyridoxine (B6) 1.6 mg/kg

Folic Acid 1.8 mg/kg

Vitamin B12 0.4 mg/kg

Choline 1840 mg/kg

IU/kg Taurine 0.20%


Ash 12%

Calcium 9.40%

Phosphorus 1.80%

Potassium 1 %

Sodium 0.30%

Magnesium 0.10%

Iron 125 mg/kg

Copper 8.4 mg/kg

Manganese 11.1 mg/kg

Zinc 124 mg/kg

Dog's Weight (lbs.) Cups to Feed Liquid to add (cups)
10 1 1/3
15 1.5 1 1/8
30 3 2 1/4
50 5 3 3/4
100 10 7 1/2

Step 1 - SCOOP

Measure the amount of freeze dried food for your dog or cat by using a measuring cup. Scoop one cup of nuggets for every 10 pounds of dog or cat.

Step 2 - SOAK

Add water, broth, goat milk, etc. on top of the food. Measure 1/3 cups of liquid for every 1 cup of food. Let the liquid absorb into the food. This usually takes around 10 minutes.

Step 3 - SERVE

When ready, serve to your pet. Be sure to dispose of any uneaten food and wash all utensils, dishes, and surfaces that come into contact with the raw food.

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