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Answers Goat Milk 64 oz

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Ingredients: Raw goat milk, raw honey, organic cinnamon, dried Lactococcus lactis fermentation product, dried Leuconostoc mesenteroides fermentation product.
Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein min (2.7%), Crude Fat min (3%), Crude Fiber max (0.50%), Moisture max (89%).
Useful Information:
  • Pastured, grassfed Jersey cows and goats have open meadows in which to wander about, grazing on their native species-appropriate diets.
  • Additional raw milks are fermented, which provides billions and billions of probiotics. Fermentation provides ease of digestion and live enzymes for maximum nutrient absorption.
  • Containing an extensive list of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, live enzymes, and fatty acids, no wonder these milks are Mother Nature’s most perfect food.
  • Serve as a nutritional aid with any diet.
  • Superfood for dogs and cats of all life stages.
  • Intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding.

Caloric Content: (calculated) ME = 670 kcal/kg, 20 kcal/1 oz

Feeding Instructions:


Daily Feeding (oz)

0-20 LBS

2 (4 Tbsp or ¼ cup)

20-50 LBS

4 (8 Tbsp or ½ cup)

50+ LBS

6 (12 Tbsp or ¾ cup)

Storage & Safe Handling:
  • Keep raw broth separate from other foods. Wash working surfaces, utensils, hands, and any other items that come in contact with raw product with hot, soapy water.
  • Keep frozen. Thaw in refrigerator or at room temperature in protective bowl or on a plate. Portion and refreeze if needed. Good for 14 days refrigerated.

Note to all P&F Pet Provisions customers out of the Austin, Texas area: Frozen raw food and frozen treats cannot be shipped through our shipping provider due to health and safety!

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