Grain free

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  1. Saje

    Saje Island dweller

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    What's the most affordable/cheapest GOOD grain free food???
     
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    The only one I have ever tried is Evo RM...........and I mix that in with our feeding regiment at 25%. I do it to be sure they are getting varied meat sources.

    I would just like to add that all the grain free foods I have seen (including Evo) use white potatoes instead of rice as a filler, so I don't really see the big difference in using grain free instead of a good 'regular' corn free. It's still starch, just my opinion of course :)
     
  3. Dekka

    Dekka Just try me..

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    IME the potato is easier than the grains. I was on a good corn and wheat free food before I tried grain free. The difference was quite large. Not only did Dekka throw up a lot less but everyone one else looked better and had better energy levels.
     
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    That doesn't have prices ^
     
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    I think potatoes are much less likely to be an allergen than grains.
     
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    no it doesn't have prices, but you can order them according to the ingredients on what you are willing to feed and then pick the one in your price range that's highest on the list...
     

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