Price of Selling entrails for RAW diet?

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Gill, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. Gill

    Gill Member

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    Do any of you sell the entrails and heads for those on the RAW diet? What kind of price do you have? We have several months to go before this point, but just trying to get an idea of what we might be able to do. I have a few people interested,
    Also how do you package, store/keep them until the customer is ready?
    Thanks,
    Gill
     
  2. Terry W

    Terry W Duchess of Cynicism

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    freeze 'em

    ziploc bags,
     

  3. momlaffsalot

    momlaffsalot Well-Known Member

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    I thought a raw diet was veggies, fruits, nuts and grains???? Heads and entrails? Ewwwwwwwwwww!!!
     
  4. tinknal

    tinknal Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I think it is a dog food diet.......

    I believe you are thinking of "raw frutarians"
     
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    momlaffsalot Well-Known Member

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    Okay, that makes sense. I can sleep now :p
     
  6. Terry W

    Terry W Duchess of Cynicism

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    Actually, for dogs, there are two basic raw food diets-- one is called BARfF-(Bones and Raw Food) in which tha dogsa are actually fed raw veggies, and the other is just called raw-- in which the dogs are fed raw meat, meat byproducts, etc-- The BARF people are usually feeding grocery store type meast totheir dogs, while a lot of plain ol' Raw advocates want the animal to be in as natural a astste as possible-- while they may shun the hides-- they are usually okay with not having the "meat" bled out....the digestive entrails are asctually quite high in the nutrients that carnivores need-- inn exactly the way nature intended....

    Think moe income per pound from whatever you slaughter--