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Blue Ridge Raw Pet Food

MattM

Savannah Super Cat
#1
http://www.blueridgebeef.com/index-home.html

Has anyone heard or used this company before? I purchased a couple of pounds from a local farmers market, and am waiting to give it a try with Leo. They offer a variety of different meats at a pretty low price. I was also told they are a pretty small company located in North Georgia. I have chubs of duck, deer, and quail.
 
#2
I used it to raise up Rocco, our last F2 boy who left here- he did great on it. It made his sister, Jenny, OTOH vomit nonstop anytime she touched it (the kitten chubs). So luck of the draw, I think.
 

Patti

Admin
Staff member
#3
I have used the kitten mix, it is a more inclusive diet. Just remember that in the chubs you purchased all you are getting is the meat and ground bone so if you use it as a part of Leo's regular diet you will need to add supplements.
 

MattM

Savannah Super Cat
#4
I have used the kitten mix, it is a more inclusive diet. Just remember that in the chubs you purchased all you are getting is the meat and ground bone so if you use it as a part of Leo's regular diet you will need to add supplements.
I will give it a try! I was looking for a good and economical source for different kinds of meat because my SV was getting tired of the same chicken and turkey combo I had him on. I plan to mix it with supplements, chicken hearts, and some fish oil, but thanks for making sure!
 

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Paige
Staff member
#6
I use BRB for my last litter and they did great on it and loved it. This litter would not touch it :( It has beef heart in it and some kittens/cats just cannot tolerate beef heart...that is probably why Trish's Jenny vomited when she ate it.
 

MattM

Savannah Super Cat
#7
Thanks for the information about the beef heart Paige, I would have never known that. I tried giving Leo some Raw duck and he refused it. I was pretty disappointed. I am going to try some other BRB products before I mix it with supplements.
 

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Paige
Staff member
#8
Any time Matt...duck is not something my cats will eat..try the kitten mix or rabbit...I would try the rabbit specifically...