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Are your pet foods "scientifically" made like you think?

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Are your pet foods "scientifically" made like you think?
NAIS is Censored by the Media
Guide to Good Farming Practices

If your beloved pets have any signs of being unhealthy, such as skin problems, eye problems, ear problems etc, maybe its time to rethink the Store Bought Pet Food.

Sites to visit for "Healthy dogs and cats"

Due to the recent dog food recalls, this page will be dedicated to all thoses beloved pets that lost their lives due to Globalization. It is apparant through the SPS Agreements that not only are our pets in danger but our health also.
Read it here:
As with people food our pet food comes from over seas. Everything in the stores are for "Convenience" due to your busy schedules. If you want to live then consider getting off the "Convenient Items".
Below you will read in simple language  how the  SPS agreements work in TRADE. .  The 'Citizens" of the United States need to speak up and not stop until you are heard.   

What really is in your Pet Food, are you ready to know?
You say how did dogs and cats get into my pet food, Well they get picked up by the render truck from VETS, SPCA, etc. they are the euthanized animals. Plastic bags, flea collars, tick colllars all get thrown in the POT. Now you know!
Everything needs to be 'RECYCLED" including the diseased parts...

What Are Animal By-Products and Rendered Meats?

This A+ FRR Pet Food Nutrition FAQ discusses animal by-products, rendered meats, slaughterhouse meats, and meat digest products, and reveals why these disgusting and unhealthy meat sources are included in some pet food brands.

Animal by-products are ground, rendered, and cleaned slaughtered meat carcass parts such as necks, feet, undeveloped eggs, bones, heads, and intestines (and a small amount of feathers in the case of chicken) — yes, by-products are as gross and disgusting as they sound. The quality of animal by-products is very inconsistent between batches.

In many cases, by-product meals are derived from "4-D" meat sources — defined as food animals that have been rejected for human consumption because they were presented to the meat packing plant as "Dead, Dying, Diseased or Disabled."

AAFCO Definition for Meat By-Products

"Meat by-products is the non-rendered, clean parts, other than meat, derived from slaughtered mammals. It includes, but is not limited to, lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, livers, blood, bone, partially defatted low temperature fatty tissue, and stomachs and intestines freed of their contents. It does not include hair, horns, teeth and hoofs. It shall be suitable for use in animal food. If it bears name descriptive of its kind, it must correspond thereto."

Animal by-products are commonly found in the majority of lower-grade pet foods and even many of the larger name brands that market themselves as "premium pet food" manufacturers, including Science Diet (even their prescription diet product line), Purina (both Purina One and Purina Pro Plan), and Iams / Eukanuba. Ingredients listed as "beef, chicken, and/or poultry byproducts" on pet food labels are not required to include actual meat, and "rendered meat" on labels can refer to ANY rendered mammal meat, including dogs and cats!

There are no bones, meat byproducts, rendered meats, or indigestible parts in the meat sources used in Flint River Ranch pet foods and treats. As an example, the chicken meal used by Flint River Ranch is strictly human-quality chicken flesh with some edible skin — the same as you would cook for your family. The chicken is cooked at the supplier to maintain freshness and to reduce the possibility of contamination in handling and shipping uncooked product. It is processed into a "Ground Meal" form with most of the water removed for ease of handling and reduced shipping costs.

The lamb and fish meals in Flint River Ranch recipes adhere to the same high level of standards.


Premises Registration will be an "Official" USDA unique seven Character identifier.
In the New User Guide it states on Page 22:
The premises identification number (PIN) is assigned permanently to a geophysical location. If an owner or entity sells his/her farm, the next operators of the premises use the original premises identification number that had been
assigned to that location. If the seller buys a new location to build a new operation that never had livestock, he/she would register that location and obtain a new premises identification number (PIN).

Premises Identification = Encumbrance

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