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    Nice! I have to confess, although the grinding part is always fun ... the cleanup is the worst! ... especially if there's puddles all around the floor because of drooling bullies.
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    Seriously after watching Bacon's reaction to Jen making beef stock I can't imagine what it's like when you are grinding chicken.

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    @savemejeebus and @Baconator seriously it's like they circle the wagon train (kitchen table) and the grinder is rather noisy so now every time I'm running the coffee grinder or the blender or the ninja, I've get the standing ovation treatment
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    next time you must take video of that crew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baconator View Post
    next time you must take video of that crew

    I would love taking more video's of this crew, but why does it take so long to upload to YouTube ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    I would love taking more video's of this crew, but why does it take so long to upload to YouTube ?
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    Cool! Voitto is trying to inhale all his raw food, so I think I may have to grind his meals with bone. I just need a machine like that that does it! How powerful is that?

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    The first two times I used it, I wasn't terribly impressed, but I found out there's a knack. Meat must be 80% frozen and chop it with a meat cleaver right inside the box of chicken. A heck of a WHACK !!!
    Less mess, grinds easier. Now I'm quiet happy with my grinder. From start to finish, I did 80 pounds on Friday morning, bagged and cleaned up all within 2 hours. that's a huge improvement. What would you suggest I add to their diet next, Friday coming up will be a full three weeks on chicken only as the protien.
    What is your opinion on pork? I seen on the yahoo raw site lots of people feed pork. The owner of the site throws the whole carcass of kangaroo to her pack also the entire animals in the hooves family.
    I will add some organ this week, a bit of liver @RiiSi @savemejeebus
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    Pork is the next cheapest thing to chicken, one of the reasons why a lot of people start with it. Hopefully the grinder will be able to handle the bones. Pork ribs is very popular, and I think a little softer than other parts.
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    Pork was the second meat I tried with Elly. She does well on it now, but we were touch or go in the beginning. It's a lot fattier than chicken, so some of your dogs with a more sensitive stomach may have trouble adjusting. I'd start out mixing a small portion of pork with chicken, slightly increasing as bowel tolerance adapts, and take it from there. Elly can handle pork fine now, but I need to alternative her pork meals with bone-in chicken otherwise I'm dealing with a mess.

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