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Post by Mercedes55 on Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:04 pm

Just wondered if anyone had tried food from here


http://www.nutriment.co


Apparently the people who have set it up are the original team from Natural Instinct and they left for reasons I'm not totally sure about, but I think it was something to do with their unhappiness at the quality of the food.


I know Lesley that you have been trying the WolfTucker so you might know more about the ingredients as they do seem to be different.


I picked up some Prize Choice freeflow chicken mince and also some tripe last weekend but I heard about this place and just thought they might be worth ordering from.


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Post by simbalove on Fri Jul 12, 2013 9:02 pm

It appears to be on the same lines as the wolftucker though the meat content  is a little less and wt doesn't have so  many things added.  I couldn't use it because of the salmon oil.  Not sure why the need for salmon oil wheatgerm oil and flax??

I won't be changing to it because I am really happy with the wolftucker and the quality of the ingredients and the fact that they use happy chickens so I feel a little more comfortable with that but what I would say is have a try of it Lyn if you fancy because it can only be better than the freeflow stuff you have just bought (I know because that is what I was feeding mine this past year and now after only a couple of weeks on WT Josh has way more energy, they both eat with gusto and he seems to be putting a little weight back on - and there isn't a lot of liquid when it thaws which there is with the freeflow).  If you do try it let me know how you get on as it is good to be able to recommend a few different things for other people Very Happy

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Post by sands-62 on Sat Jul 13, 2013 6:31 am

I also looked at Natural Instinct so this one must be worth looking at too. Although mine are getting on very well with Berriewood. They also only use happy chickens. The natural Instinct looked good, but the reason I think I didn't go for it was because to buy it cheaply you had to have the 1kg tubs, which would have taken a while for Mali & Tasha to get through. The 500 grm tubs were quite a bit more. I shouldn't need to order for a while as I have three boxes and one box has 25 blocks in it.
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Post by Mercedes55 on Sat Jul 13, 2013 10:50 am

I did wonder about all the stuff that is added to the food Lesley, which is why I posted on here.  I may try the WolfTucker even though there is probably too much in a pack for Daisy.  I would rather throw unused food away than buy an inferior food, just don't tell my other half I said that as he already thinks Daisy eats better than we do.

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Post by simbalove on Sat Jul 13, 2013 3:45 pm

Lyn the wolftucker keeps in the box in the fridge very well although you can transfer it to another container.  The smallest size for this company was also 500 g so no difference to wt Very Happy

In 3 weeks I have only thrown one small bit away and that was because I forgot to put it back in the fridge doh!

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