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Duck Livers, 2 lbs.

$12.99

Product SKU:HT-020038
Shipping Weight:2.00 lbs
Current Inventory:54




Product Details

• Raw duck livers.
• 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 Phosphorus and Zinc, and a very good source of Protein, Vitamin A, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Iron, Copper and Selenium.

Helpful Tips and Reminders

• 🐈 Cats typically do well with poultry.
• 🐕 Dogs prefer red meats, but poultry is good for rotation.
• 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 page.
Warning: Poultry may contain Salmonella

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    5% of it added to main diet

By chenkun on June 7, 2021

Add 5% of it to mix ground meat. Good source for vitamin


    Great For Training

By debbi on September 3, 2016

I like to dehydrate these and use them for training treats.


    Quack-Tastic

By Joni on December 12, 2015

So far my dogs have had these duck livers, lamb liver, bison liver, and of course chicken liver. I do tend to only use chicken 1 time a week as there are so many other great proteins out there. My dogs love the duck meat so I figured i would give the duck liver a try. They do dehydrate very well if you would like to do so. I cut them up in super small pieces as training treats. Liver can be a little hard to work with cutting up but I have noticed duck liver and bison liver cuts easier. If it is still slightly frozen it helps a lot. My dogs go nuts over any liver. I must be lucky or Hare-Today is just that amazing because they still have not turned their head at any Hare-Today food I have given them.