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Pork Liver
Our Price: $0.95
Pig Snoot
Our Price: $1.10
Pork Brisket Bones
Our Price: $1.20
PORK LIVER: Is a good source of Thiamin and Manganese, and a very good source of Protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Phosphorus, Zinc, Copper and Selenium


Pork Brisket Bones : Are the small ribs you get for appetizers in a pub or restaurant. They are easy to use and very soft bone. Great change for a puppy going through transition onto raw diet. Our family loves them too on the BBQ

Pork Trim 80/20
Our Price: $1.29
PIG FEET
Our Price: $1.30
Pork Butt Bone In
Our Price: $1.35
Aprox 80% meat 20% fat. This will put weight on any working dog. Trim fat when feeding to young pups or elderly dogs. Save fat for when you are feeding lean meats such as Venison , Quail, Turkey Thighs etc. Great addition for sled dogs, racing dogs and high energy dogs.
Natural Raw Pig Feet. Awsome chew for your pets. Aprox 15% bone.
Bone In Pork Butts. Aprox 1# of bone per shoulder butt. 7-8 pound each and aprox 10 per case. Awesome to roast in the oven with thyme and garlic. Or smoke for canadian bacon. Wonderful for your pets as a complete meal.
Pork Riblets
Our Price: $1.40
Pork Butt Boneless
Our Price: $1.72
About 25% bone and tons of meat and proper amount of fat. Pork has almost double the calories then other proteins. Thus you can lower your grocery bill. ~~~~WARNING~~~ Those of you with brachycephalic (pushed in face dogs ie Frenchies, Bostons, Peeks, Shih Tzu's etc) DO NOT feed them the riblets unless you cut that bone in at least half. Seems that flat bone with a gulper can be a choke plug. Bone In Pork Butts. 7-8 pound each and aprox 10 per case. Awesome to roast in the oven with thyme and garlic. Or smoke for canadian bacon. Wonderful for your pets as a complete meal.