Pet Food - Grass-fed Beef Kidney - approx. 15 oz. ea. (13-kidney minimum)
Pastured Raw Pet Food
Do you know what goes into the pet food you buy?
You can make your own nutritious pet food from fresh ingredients for usually less than purchasing expensive brands that may be using discarded scraps. The Whole(istic) Truth About Pet Food, by Christie Keith, is a great article explaining the difference between "pet food" and "real food."
Grass-Fed Traditions Pastured Raw Chicken Steaks are made from our Pastured Chickens and coconut. We also offer raw organ meats and raw bones from grass-fed animals!
Pastured Raw Chicken Steaks
with coconut added
- Made from Pastured Poultry raised on soy-free non-GMO feed
- Includes the entire chicken, with bones and internal organs - not just left-over parts
- Includes 10% coconut, which is 65% pure coconut oil
- The meat, bones, and organs are raw - frozen patties
Recommended daily portion, by body weight.
Feed puppies and lactating females 2–3 times more.
25 lbs. 1 steak
50 lbs. 2 steaks
80 lbs. 3 steaks
110 lbs. 4 steaks
Healthy Traditions raw frozen chicken steaks for dogs and cats are made from our pastured chickens raised outdoors in Wisconsin on pasture and our own chicken feed tested for the presence of GMOs and glyphosate.
Our custom chicken feed is a non-soy and non-corn feed that includes coconut developed by Tropical Traditions. These high quality chickens make up 85% of the steaks and include the meat, bones, liver, and other internal organs of the birds.
Our frozen raw steaks are unlike other "organic raw chicken pet food" on the market, which is made up primarily from older egg-laying chickens that are no longer profitable in indoor organic egg mass-production houses, because their egg-laying capacity diminishes after about one year. They are sold off as cheap pet food, but command a higher price because they are technically certified "organic" because they ate organic feed all their life, even if they never saw sunshine or grass.
Also, the organic feed fed to almost all commercial organic chickens today has high concentrations of soy as the main protein. Our chickens are broilers that are raised outdoors in Wisconsin pastures by family farmers on our custom feed, which contains NO soy.
In addition, 10% of the ingredients of our raw steaks are made from Tropical Traditions dried coconut, which is about 65% pure coconut oil. Coconut oil is very beneficial for pets, and enhances the immune system. The other 5% of the ingredients include: organic broccoli, organic carrot, organic celery, organic apple, organic squash, organic sweet potato, organic flax seed, organic kelp seaweed, organic wheat grass, organic parsley, organic cranberry, and sea salt.
It is unlikely you will find another complete pet food like this anywhere, unless you make it yourself. So if you want only the highest quality premium food for your pets, Healthy Traditions Pastured Raw Chicken steaks are the best choice!
Customer Comment: My cats love the raw chicken steaks and the fact that the chickens are taken care of humanely is extremely important to me. Robin, Appelton, WI
Note: Cold storage and frozen items like our frozen pet foods are shipped from a separate location and have separate shipping charges from non-cold storage items. Shipping charges depend on weight and zip code, and will be chosen at check out. Orders are shipped Monday through Wednesday each week.
Due to the nature of the products, perishable food items such as meat, poultry and dairy are not eligible for refund or return. If the shipment is damaged we will replace it.
Pastured Raw Chicken Steaks for Dogs - 6 lbs. Total
Pet Food - Grass-fed Bison Spleen, approx. 1.6 lbs. (2-spleen minimum)
Pet Food - Grass-fed Bison Heart, approx. 1 lb. (6-heart minimum)
Pet Food - Grass-fed Beef Shanks - approx. 22 oz. ea. (5 shank minimum)
Grass fed ***** meats for pets of the quality available from Healthy Traditions are extremely hard to come by, especially in the western states. I appreciate the ability to buy these items for my Doberman Pinscher who is on an evolutionary diet, mostly raw, grain restricted, limited ingredient. I follow guidelines from my Holistic Veterinarian who has written a book on the subject, so I am sure I am supplying everything my dog needs, from approved grains, approved Omega 3 sources, correctly prepared veggies, etc. so her diet is balanced and complete. This is not a project to be taken casually and in an uneducated way. There are some excellent freeze dried and dehydrated proteins out there as a base, and adding in all these other things in the right quantities ( she is eating 6% of her body weight daily for the first year). Right now that is 4# a day of food! Yes, it is expensive but if I can help her to live 3-4 years longer than the usual life span it will be so worth it! Thank you to Healthy Traditions for being there as a great source of outstanding quality products! Their customer service is outstanding also.