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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-02-2018, 07:13 PM Thread Starter
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Just curious, does anyone feed raw chicken breasts?
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I don't because they don't have bones unless I feed it as muscle meat with separate bones.
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not at $5/lb I don't!!!!

No reason you can't feed it.



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I don't because they don't have bones unless I feed it as muscle meat with separate bones.
I can get chicken breasts with bone in. You can't?
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The reason I might feed it is that I am sensing she might do better on leaner pieces. I use very lean ground beef sometimes, and she seems good with that.
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If they ever went on sale for 79cents a pound like the leg quarters do, I would.

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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-02-2018, 09:42 PM
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I feed a lot of bone-in chicken breast. One of my dogs can't tolerate hardly any fat, and it's easy to take the skin off the chicken breasts.
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I prefer leg quarters and backs. They need bones as well. Bone in chicken is cheaper in my area. I can get 2lbs of chicken backs for less than $1/lbs, and quarters are about $1.50, while boneless breasts are $2. My dogs also enjoy drumsticks.

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I can get chicken breasts with bone in. You can't?
The only once in a blue moon time they will ever get it is when I have forgotten the meat in my fridge and I don't trust it for our own use. But then I will give them a turkey neck as well for the bony part.
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