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Bison Liver, 2 lbs.


Product SKU:HT-020015
Shipping Weight:2.00 lbs
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Product Details

• Raw bison liver.
• USDA inspected, all natural.

Product Weight, Packaging, and Processing Details

• 2 lbs. per bag.
• Packaged in a vacuum sealed bag.
• Cut into approximate 2” x 2” x 2” cubes and/or strips.
• Frozen in commercial freezers maintained at 0 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Meat/Bone/Organ Ratio

0% Meat / 0% Bone / 100% Organ

Nutrition and Benefits

• This food is a good source of Iron, Zinc and Manganese, and a very good source of Protein, Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Copper and Selenium.
• Magnesium is needed by every organ in the body, especially the heart, muscles and kidneys. It helps calcium and phosphorus build strong bones and teeth, and it actives more than 300 enzymes as well as contributes to energy production and regulates levels of calcium, cooper, zinc, potassium, Vitamin D and other nutrients. 60% of magnesium in the body is found in bone, and most of the remaining is in the muscles and the liver.
• Zinc has a lot of important functions in the body. It is a cofactor of at least 200 enzymes that are involved in protein, carbohydrate, and fat metabolism. Good sources of Zinc are red meats, liver, and fish.
• Organs are nutrient dense and packed full of vitamins and minerals.
• Liver is lower in fat than muscle meats.
• Bison liver is slightly milder in flavor than beef liver.

Helpful Tips and Reminders

• 🐕 Most dogs favor red meat best so this product typically works well with dogs of all sizes.
• 🐈Some cats will eat red meats, but others simply will not tolerate it. If you chose this product for your cat, start with a small amount and introduce slowly.
• Liver in particular is dense in Vitamin A and Vitamin D. Note that antibiotics can interfere with vitamin A absorption. Signs of vitamin A deficiency are decreased vision, poor growth, fetal absorption, poor coat and dry, scaly skin.
➡️ Signs of vitamin A toxicity are hair loss, skin changes, bone pain and bone fractures.
• Liver is a secreting organ and 5% of the diet should be Liver. Remember, too much secreting organ in the diet can lead to loose stools. What do we mean by secreting organs? Check out the information at the bottom of the page here: https://hare-today.com/raw_food_ratio_calculator and Balance MBO ratios with our Raw Food Ratio Calculator.

Our mission includes advocating for optimal health and safe handling of raw materials. Make sure to use safe handling practices and reference our Raw Food Education pages.

Crude Protein (min.) 11% Crude Fat (min.) 6% Crude Fiber (max.) 3% Moisture (max.) 80%

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    A favorite!

By Christy on August 19, 2018

I love feeding the bison liver because it just looks so fresh and healthy. It comes in a bright, shiny color and has very little smell. My dog usually chooses the bison liver first out of his bowl. I'm reordering it and doubling the amount!

    Great variety

By Megan on June 21, 2018

A great way to ensure our pets are getting what they need is through variety. All meats, all organs. So thankful we have this in our rotation...the gang loves it

    Good for variety

By Sarah on November 29, 2017

Most of the nutrients in a raw diet come from the organ meat, so I try to give as much variety as possible with organs. The bison liver is one of the regulars in my rotation. My dogs aren't too picky with organ like a lot of dogs, thankfully. No complaints on the bison liver either!

    Their favorite so far!

By Sarah on June 30, 2017

Admittedly, my Labrador has never turned down food from any source but my little princess (miniature schnauzer) has very refined taste! No amount of coaxing or various methods of serving (such as frozen) would entice her to eat liver... until this liver arrived this week!!! I realize every dog's taste will be different but this momma was so elated! I would also add that this bison liver was more pleasant to work with as well - an added bonus! We will keep this on the shopping list!!

    Great quality and price

By Xenia on September 16, 2016

This is a great value for bison liver and the quality itself looks fantastic as well. Plus Bison generally get feed or eat a healthier diet, so it's even more nutritious. I will definitely be buying more. Fantastic value!

    6 PawsUp

By Joni on December 11, 2015

I was not sure at first about the Bison liver but wanted to try a different protein for liver. I saved half to give in their raw meals and the other half to make dehydrated treat for when I go to the Vet (so they don't give my dogs those processed dog treats) I was not expecting much of a reaction than normal. But they went insane over the bison liver more so than the lamb liver. I'm glad Hare-Today has so much variety so I can order everything all in one spot and have the peace-of-mind knowing im giving my dogs great quality food.


By sara on January 15, 2015

I have used Hare Today products for years and I love them all. My dogs have allergies and the bison liver is wonderful to use for making dehydrated treats for them. I add it raw to their meat mix and they love it. Since switching to raw feeding my dogs are healthy and look and feel great. Love Hare Today products!


By Jeannie on March 24, 2012

One of my Goldens has a food sensitivity to some grains, chicken and beef and I feed raw so finding organs from other sources was difficult. Hare Today Gone Tomorrow has a great selection! My dogs especially enjoy the bison liver.