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Now THAT'S a great sounding idea. What about corn being in all the dog food I looked at???
If we feed the chicken does it counteract the corn? Is corn all that bad?

I am looking for some  info about that. ...... maybe .... I really can't afford to feed very expensive food
 but I can do the chicken 
THANKS

Vicci

----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Rini 
  To: [log in to unmask] 
  Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 12:08 AM
  Subject: Re: [FARMCOLLIE] Question about food


  Is there any affordable dog-food that does NOT have corn in it?
  Is there ANY affordable dog-food that starts the ' list of ingredients '
  with meat?

     Yes - the ten pound bags of chicken legs at the store.  Used to cost
  $3.70 but now here it costs $4.80 a bag.  That's 48 cents a pound - a deal.
  I peel the skin off and ration them out to "my boys."  Crunching the raw
  bones is good for their teeth and satisfies their need to chew.  The meat is
  high-quality protein.

  Rini

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