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Farmhouse naturals dog food review

I’ve always been a little intimidated by the name ‘farmhouse naturals’ when it comes to their products. They have a very simple mission and, despite my apprehension, I wanted to try and find out more. This is a foodstuff that I’d never heard of before, so I thought I’d do a little research to find out what it was all about. The first thing that I found was that they are a vegetarian dog food (so I’ll be able to try it out for my dogs without any worry about what it’s made from). The second thing I found is that they also make a cat food and this seemed like a great reason to pick up some.

The first thing I looked at was the ingredients. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that the primary ingredients were beef (from the bones of actual cows) and barley. The other things were chicken and oats and there was a dash of peas in there too. This made sense because I’ve seen this ingredient used in some dog foods before. Then, at the end of the ingredient list, there were some words which gave me some hope.

The first thing I looked for was something that showed it had been made with natural ingredients. I wasn’t too surprised when I found the word ‘organic’ but I was surprised to see the word ‘natural’ and ‘farmhouse.’ When you see that you can get dog food which says it is all natural, this has always been a bit of a concern for me because I’m not sure if it means that the food was made using all natural ingredients or if it was made in the way of a natural food.

If you look further down on the ingredient list, you’ll see some more words, such as ‘unrefined’ and ‘raw,’ which gives me hope. However, I still wasn’t sure if these words meant what I thought they did. What I wanted to know was if the food was made in the way of a natural dog food (that is, using natural ingredients that are processed as little as possible and aren’t changed too much). I also wanted to know if it was made in the way of a farmhouse dog food. The label doesn’t really tell you this but you can see it by the use of ‘farmhouse.’

The final thing I looked at was the feeding guide. This is what it looks like and this is one of the things I was most interested in. I’ve looked at a lot of dog food feeding guides over the years and it’s nice to be able to get the same information on some of the products that I’ve looked at in the past. It gives me a good idea of how much I should be feeding and how much my dogs like.

It all seemed good and after browsing around on Amazon for a while, I ordered up some to try.

First impressions:

As soon as I opened the box, I felt a bit disappointed. The box was big and I thought it was a little heavy but after looking through, I found out that there were 4 x 200g bags. There was a bit of food which was sitting on top of the bag, so I thought it had been sitting in there too long. The first thing I noticed was that there was some red colouring to the box, which meant that it was going to be a frly red dog food. This was a bit of a surprise to me, as I thought that farmhouse naturals were supposed to be a vegetarian dog food, but I didn’t expect that there would be red dog food. I was also a bit concerned that it was a vegetarian dog food but I didn’t think it was a pale food.

I liked the fact that the food looked more natural than what I expected. There were some bits of barley and the packaging was a little bit of a darker shade. I also like that it wasn’t a very pale dog food because it looks better when you feed your dogs food that is a bit of a darker colour. I don’t know if the red dog food is what you would want to feed, but it made me wonder.

I opened up the bag and immediately I noticed a couple of things. The first thing that I noticed was that there were a few little chunks of beef in the bag. These are not as large as some of the chunks of beef that I’ve had in dog food in the past, but they were quite a lot. It looked like a lot of food for my dogs and, if they like this much, then I’ll try to feed them a little bit more. Another thing I noticed is that there were a lot of different colours of the dog food in the bag. This surprised me, because it didn’t look like there were any ‘bins’ of different colours. It looked like it was all made together and I had a bit of hope that this food had come from a single batch.

I also liked that there were chunks of chicken in the bag. It was a bit odd to see chunks of chicken in a vegetarian dog food but it’s not something that I’m too worried about. I’ve seen a lot of chunks of chicken and it’s not something that I really notice when I’m looking at the food.

The next thing I looked at was the ingredients. There were a few of them that I was worried about and it was a little bit of a shock when I saw them. I saw the word ‘dried beet’ and then I saw the word ‘wheat.’ I was a bit worried that it wasn’t just using natural ingredients and that I would need to be looking out for any artificial ingredients in there too. I didn’t want to go and read up more about these two ingredients, as I thought that they may be in there in small amounts.

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