Well the blends and stuff on there seem to be fairly cheap per pound. I was just asking compared to different places. It’s for sure cheaper than commercial raw. Do you use them, and are you happy with it?
I just answered that question. If you have questions, contact Tiffany.
The Wells Ross blends are less expensive because you aren't paying a dog food rep that sells it to the pet store that marks it up to $5-$10 per pound. Same thing as the Tefco dog food. It goes from the manufacturer to the distributor.
If you send me a PM, I'll send you link and info for raw contacts. I had a response written last night and this site crashed and lost it...again. I don't have time this week to help you. Slammed at work and organizing a training seminar at my place this weekend. I can't help you until next week. But contacting Tiffany would be a good start for you.
Tefco has rice HULLS. Not rice. Rice hulls are used as insoluble fiber, vital for many reasons of intestinal health, not as a filler. Let's understand what the ingredients are, the order of the ingredient in the list to determine percentage and the purpose of them before giving inaccurate information.
Harley - The owner of the Tefco brand is very open and willing to explain if you would like to contact him. That food wasn't just created with scraps in someone's backyard. A nutritional expert created it. Always best to talk to the source directly instead of taking internet chatter as fact. ☺