Join Date: May 2013
Location: Great White North
I forgot....the bonemeal which I use at times does still have the marrow in it.
The place I get the bone meal from describes the process as a 10 step process of multiple grindings (whole bone)...and then a drying process..with some low heat but not enough to constitute as cooking the bone meal...probably like a food dehydrator process of sorts. I believe this particular bonemeal is produced strictly with dogs in mind so it probably is different than most other bone meal.
I use the bone meal as a component for some of the raw treats I make my dog, otherwise lamb shank, chicken necks and backs, chicken leg quarters and cow tails.