Organic Pet Food & Treats
Worried about what Fido and Fluffy are eating? Worry no more! Tide Mill Farm is making raw chicken pet food! Sound gross? It kind of is unless you’re a dog or cat – they love it!
Chicken is loaded with minerals: phosphorus, iron, copper, magnesium, iodine, and vitamins B, A, D, E, and K. The benefits of feeding your pets raw chicken include shinier coats, healthier skin, cleaner teeth, smaller stools, and more energy. The risks (you should read those too!) come from unsafe handling, an unbalanced diet, and being careful about bones in the food. We grind the bones up to a safe size, and recommend talking to your veterinarian before switching your pet exclusively to raw food.
Our raw pet food is finely ground and 100% chicken. It comprises 50% meat, 30% bones, and 20% organs (no more than 10% liver). It’s sold frozen in quantities of one and five pounds.
And if Fido has been an extra good dog, get them some dehydrated chicken feet as a treat! Gross for you, but fun for Fido.
Dehydrated Chicken Feet
A great snack for your canine companions!
Finally there is an organic option for giving your special canine friends a real treat. Dogs who like pigs ears will most likely love these organically grown Tide Mill Dehydrated Chicken Feet.
Sold in half pound packages (~12 feet) for $5.00
Shipping and handling per half pound is $5.00.
The Tide Mill Organic Chicken Difference
- Our birds taste fabulous. Their full, rich flavor reflects the care given to the quality of their healthy, respected lives.
- Our birds are raised on fresh, green pasture, foraging every day.
- Our birds are fed certified organic grains, ensuring to the fullest extent there is no genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our chicken.
- Our birds have access to fresh air and clean water for their entire lives.
- Our birds are given seaweed and mineral supplements, whose benefit is passed on to you with increased vitamin and mineral content.
- Our birds are not given any growth hormones or antibiotics.
- Our birds are part of the whole farm ecosystem on Tide Mill Farm, a diverse family farm that has spanned nine generations on the shores of Cobscook Bay.