I know you PM'd me but I find it easier to post here.
This is what I did with Stark, there are many ways to feed raw but this is how I do it.
First off, I estimate his adult ideal weight
, so this means that I have to know his sire and dams size, talk to the breeder and look in his pedigree and compare and guesstimate.
Once I have the adult ideal weight, then I figure out what 2% of that weight it. So, Stark was estimated to weigh 100lbs (which I don't think he is going to get too as he is 17 months and 79lbs). I will use 100lbs for this example though so not to confuse you too much.
So, 2% of 100lbs is 2lbs.
Once I have how much food I need to feed per day, I need to break that down into categories.
RMB - Raw meaty bones (edible bones with some meat on them)
Ex. chicken backs, chicken quarters, turkey necks, turkey quarters, chicken wings, riblets (pork or beef), etc..
MM - Muscle meat (muscle meats with no bone)
Ex. chicken breast, ground beef, pork or beef hearts, chicken gizzards, etc.
OM - Organ meat
Ex. liver, brains, kidneys
I use the equation of:
So, using the 2lbs that I calculated before and putting in the %'s from the above equation I get:
RBM (50%) - 1lbs
MM (45%) - 14.4 ounces
OM (5%) - 1.6 ounces
This is what Stark gets every day. I feed him once per day NOW but with a puppy I tried to feed him 2-3 times per day. I just break up the meal into three small ones. Plus with all the healthy training treats puppies get, that was sufficient.
I am just getting ready for work, so I am doing this in kind of a hurry, if you have any questions or need me to clarify just PM me again.