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Chef David - Grazers Pemmican 1.6oz

$4.99

Quick Overview

Over the years, many of our Sam’s Yams customers have asked us to make a treat that included meat, especially those with active, working and hunting dogs that need a full spectrum of nutrients to keep them energized and nourished.

We could never find beef available for pet distribution that we trusted, so we decided to become regenerative farmers. On Front Porch Farms (hyperlink to our farm website) we pasture-raise our own beef from beautiful Scottish Highland and Belted Galloway cattle. Along with locally-sourced elk, bison and rabbit, sweet potato and an array of nutrient-dense vegetables and fruits, our Herbivore Pemmicans are the perfect pick-me-up treat for your active dog.

Each pemmican is designed to be breakable into bite-size pieces. Perfect to take with you on a hike or out in the field with your dog to provide replenishment throughout the day.

As always, our treats are baked in small batches, low and slow to lock in nutrition

PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

Grazers Pemmican INGREDIENTS

Applesauce (Apples & Water):
Apples are a rich source of vitamin C and dietary fiber. Apples contain high levels of pectin.
Sweet Potato:
The Center For Science in the Public Interest ranked the sweet potato number one in nutrition of all vegetables. With a score of 184, the sweet potato outscored the next highest vegetable by more than 100 points!
Apple Cider
(Unfiltered pure juice from Apples):
Ours is made in house from fresh Michigan or Wisconsin apples. Most commercial and store bought concentrated apple juice is now made in China.
Grazers Broth (Water, Beef Bones, Bison Bones, Elk Bones, Rabbit Bones, Pork Bones, Carrots, Celery, Apple Cider Vinegar, Turmeric, Parsley, Sea Salt):
Broth is a wonderful way to achieve “nose-to-tail” eating. It utilizes the bones, tendons and cartilage of the animal, ensuring that nothing goes to waste
Smoked Beef:
Over 1000 breeds of cattle are recognized worldwide. Here at Front Porch Pets we have furry, horned Scottish Highland cattle and Belted Galloways, sometimes called “Oreo cows”.
Wild Rice:
Wild rice is one of the only grains native to North America. It grows in shallow areas of lakes and creeks of Wisconsin. Today it remains culturally and spiritually important to the Ojibwe tribe. Residents of Wisconsin can purchase a license to harvest their own wild rice, usually done so from a canoe.
Smoked Bison:
Bison are the largest mammal in North America and can run as fast as 35 mph.
Smoked Elk:
A set of antlers on a mature bull elk can weigh up to 40 pounds.
Blueberries:
Though native to America, it wasn’t until 1916 that blueberries started to make their way from farm to table.
Freeze-Dried Eggs:
We get our eggs from our very own flock of egg-laying chickens. The girls spend their days out on pasture happily foraging for insects and seeds supplemented by the highest quality feed that we mix by hand in small batches for the richest eggs
Smoked Rabbit:
Rabbits are one of the most productive domestic livestock animals there is. Rabbits can produce 6 pounds of meat on the same amount of feed and water as a cow will produce 1 pound of meat.
Anchovy Powder:
Anchovies are an important food source for predatory fish as well as humans around the world. There are over 140 species of anchovies.
Apple Cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apple juice and is the most popular type of vinegar in the natural health community.
Shiitake Mushroom Powder:
Though shiitake mushrooms grow wild in Japan, China, and Korea they are one of the most commonly cultivated mushrooms in the world only second to the white button mushroom. Here at Front Porch Pets we have selected an especially hardy variety of shiitakes that survive the harsh Wisconsin winters to fruit several times a year.
Sea Salt:
Believe it or not, dogs require a small amount of sodium in their diets and when it comes to salt, conventional table salt is no match for unrefined sea salt. The 60 trace minerals help the body function optimally and improve hydration.
Freeze Dried Spinach:
The green pigment in spinach was extracted and used as ink for artwork during the medieval times.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, not less than 18%

Crude Fat, not less than 5.8%

Crude Fiber, not more than 4.0%

Moisture, not more than 20%

3,165 kcal/kg

73 kcals/treat

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Always make sure your dog has access to fresh, clean water. Monitor your dog while chewing

Over the years, many of our Sam’s Yams customers have asked us to make a treat that included meat, especially those with active, working and hunting dogs that need a full spectrum of nutrients to keep them energized and nourished.

We could never find beef available for pet distribution that we trusted, so we decided to become regenerative farmers. On Front Porch Farms (hyperlink to our farm website) we pasture-raise our own beef from beautiful Scottish Highland and Belted Galloway cattle. Along with locally-sourced elk, bison and rabbit, sweet potato and an array of nutrient-dense vegetables and fruits, our Herbivore Pemmicans are the perfect pick-me-up treat for your active dog.

Each pemmican is designed to be breakable into bite-size pieces. Perfect to take with you on a hike or out in the field with your dog to provide replenishment throughout the day.

As always, our treats are baked in small batches, low and slow to lock in nutrition

PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

Grazers Pemmican INGREDIENTS

Applesauce (Apples & Water):
Apples are a rich source of vitamin C and dietary fiber. Apples contain high levels of pectin.
Sweet Potato:
The Center For Science in the Public Interest ranked the sweet potato number one in nutrition of all vegetables. With a score of 184, the sweet potato outscored the next highest vegetable by more than 100 points!
Apple Cider
(Unfiltered pure juice from Apples):
Ours is made in house from fresh Michigan or Wisconsin apples. Most commercial and store bought concentrated apple juice is now made in China.
Grazers Broth (Water, Beef Bones, Bison Bones, Elk Bones, Rabbit Bones, Pork Bones, Carrots, Celery, Apple Cider Vinegar, Turmeric, Parsley, Sea Salt):
Broth is a wonderful way to achieve “nose-to-tail” eating. It utilizes the bones, tendons and cartilage of the animal, ensuring that nothing goes to waste
Smoked Beef:
Over 1000 breeds of cattle are recognized worldwide. Here at Front Porch Pets we have furry, horned Scottish Highland cattle and Belted Galloways, sometimes called “Oreo cows”.
Wild Rice:
Wild rice is one of the only grains native to North America. It grows in shallow areas of lakes and creeks of Wisconsin. Today it remains culturally and spiritually important to the Ojibwe tribe. Residents of Wisconsin can purchase a license to harvest their own wild rice, usually done so from a canoe.
Smoked Bison:
Bison are the largest mammal in North America and can run as fast as 35 mph.
Smoked Elk:
A set of antlers on a mature bull elk can weigh up to 40 pounds.
Blueberries:
Though native to America, it wasn’t until 1916 that blueberries started to make their way from farm to table.
Freeze-Dried Eggs:
We get our eggs from our very own flock of egg-laying chickens. The girls spend their days out on pasture happily foraging for insects and seeds supplemented by the highest quality feed that we mix by hand in small batches for the richest eggs
Smoked Rabbit:
Rabbits are one of the most productive domestic livestock animals there is. Rabbits can produce 6 pounds of meat on the same amount of feed and water as a cow will produce 1 pound of meat.
Anchovy Powder:
Anchovies are an important food source for predatory fish as well as humans around the world. There are over 140 species of anchovies.
Apple Cider Vinegar:
Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apple juice and is the most popular type of vinegar in the natural health community.
Shiitake Mushroom Powder:
Though shiitake mushrooms grow wild in Japan, China, and Korea they are one of the most commonly cultivated mushrooms in the world only second to the white button mushroom. Here at Front Porch Pets we have selected an especially hardy variety of shiitakes that survive the harsh Wisconsin winters to fruit several times a year.
Sea Salt:
Believe it or not, dogs require a small amount of sodium in their diets and when it comes to salt, conventional table salt is no match for unrefined sea salt. The 60 trace minerals help the body function optimally and improve hydration.
Freeze Dried Spinach:
The green pigment in spinach was extracted and used as ink for artwork during the medieval times.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, not less than 18%

Crude Fat, not less than 5.8%

Crude Fiber, not more than 4.0%

Moisture, not more than 20%

3,165 kcal/kg

73 kcals/treat

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Always make sure your dog has access to fresh, clean water. Monitor your dog while chewing