We recently got our chicken necks from here - I think that it was 99p/kg
We have also had wings from here and found
them to be our cheapest supplier.
I bag them up into meal size portions and freeze them.
We recently got our chicken wings from here - I think that it was 1.39/kg
We also got lamb necks at 1.98/kg
is also an excellent place for your vegetable stuff as they are fairly well priced.
When doing my grocery shop noticed that they now sell fresh chicken wings at around 1.29/kg
We were gutted recently when our Acomb, Dewhurst Butchers closed. We were getting some recreational bones from them.
I think they even started when we asked them if they had any bones. The following week they had them out in prepacked
trays at only 50p. However, the other Acomb butcher also had some bones in for our lads. A great way to keep themselves occupied,
and clean their own teeth.
All from the AMP
range but different places for you to get hold of them...
See the suppliers web site for the nutritional values of each.
are excellent products that are ideal for beginner barfers. The fresh stuff that I get, I have to bag up so that it doesn't
all freeze together in one huge block.
Pets at Home
- Jockey Lane, Huntington, York
have a larger range of the frozen packs including the
frozen chicken wings, and poultry necks, also liver chunks,and heart. A good way of starting on BARF as these take some of
the mess away from it. Find them HERE
Directly from the supplierAMP
Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
Good stuff to add to drinking water - I think it boosts the acid in the dogs stomach
and so helps them to kill the nasty bacteria - although they should be able to do this fine without.
Dedicated chopping board.
Could be a good idea for hygiene
Good butchers block from Argos
I couldn't BARF without this.
Got mine from Westfalia at a cracking price.
It's built strongly.
Quick delivery for me.
Recently found them at IKEA also and a good price too.
Very useful to cut large pieces up especially for the pup.
end up doing this, then our pensionner, Guinness - gulps the smaller bits down
and youngster, Willow, totters off with
a huge piece (well in comparison to his size)
The best item to get - but you could try a food processor or a liquidiser but I have
not got as good results with these.
Got mine from Comet.
Put your veggie items in - it separates the pulp from the juice - then I mix it all back together.
I might add my supplements now - perhaps add a raw egg or two - and then put in ice cube tray and freeze for later.
I just need to take them out when I need - I mix them up with some mince or liver/other offal.
Guinness is great at eating this lot - but if I need some additional incentive I might slightly cook some liver or get
some left over meat from fridge - cut finely and mix - leaving a little on top.
Don't forget you can mush up the bits you might not use yourself such as sprout stalks, broccoli stalks, outer leaves
of cauliflour, top end of celery - you get the idea.
Look out for reduced items - and get a good variety of types and colours, and above / below ground items.
Mortar and Pestle
Useful to crush the supplement tablets - alternatively you could use
a couple of spoons together.
Could be useful - but I haven't got one yet.
Would have to grind up bones as well
so must be fairly powerful
Handwash suitable to kill bacteria - essential for your health
Tongs - optional so you don't have to touch the raw meat.
As our dogs wander off with an item
of food and leave it - the little buggers!
We tell them to sit down and eat their meal - but just like kids they don't
always do what you want them to.
Use this with water in a cheap old spray.
Kills bacteria and is better for
the dogs than a commercial cleaner We are using it on the carpet where the dogs take their meat.
Well I use tap water - and filter it through my Britta filter.
Suggest that you use a stainless steel or ceramic.
Apparently plastics are not
a good idea as some of the chemicals go into the water or food.
I really liked this product for my own dog, allows you to lock up your dog to a post etc , like you would your bike.
It is called Doglock