Grain Free Salmon, Trout, Sweet Potato & Asparagus
• Fresh is healthier
Fresh ingredients naturally contain high levels of nutrients and antioxidants. Fresh ingredients also generally have lower levels of degraded product. Both of these factors help to support the health and wellbeing of pets.
• Fresh is more digestible
Fresh meat is inherently more digestible (up to 98%) when compared to rendered meat meals. This means that less protein is needed and wasted.
• Fresh is tastier and has higher acceptance
Fresh food and ingredients are naturally more palatable and attractive. Pets prefer the taste and select a natural diet that supports their health and growth.
• Better traceability and provenance
We know the exact source of their fresh meat and have close relationships with their suppliers. This short supply chain ensures the ingredients are freshly delivered every day, producing a superior dry pet food.
Crude Protein % 26
Crude Oil and Fats % 14
Crude Fibres % 3
Crude Ash % 8
Moisture % 8
NFE % 41
Metabolisable Energy Kcal/100g 354
Omega 6 % 0.95
Omega 3 % 3.41
Calcium % 1.34
Phosphorus % 0.94
Weight of Dog Grams per day
1 – 5 kg 25 – 90
5 – 10 kg 90 – 150
10 – 20 kg 150 – 250
20 - 30 kg 250 – 340
30 – 40 kg 340 – 420
40+ kg 420+
*These guidelines should be adapted to take into account
breed, age, temperament & the activity level of the dog.
2 kg & 15 kg
Salmon & Trout 50% (including 36% Freshly Prepared
Salmon & Trout, 12% Dried Salmon & 2% Fish Stock),
Sweet Potato (26%), Peas, Potato (6%), Beet Pulp,
Linseed, Vitamins & Minerals, Vegetable Stock, Omega 3
Supplement, Asparagus (equivalent to 7.5g per Kg of
product), FOS (92 mg/kg), MOS (23 mg/kg).
Nutritional Additives per kg
Vitamins: E672/Vitamin A 15,000 IU, E671/Vitamin D3 2,250 IU;
Trace Elements: E1/Iron 160 mg, 3b201/Iodine 1.58 mg,
E4/Copper 60 mg, E5/Manganese 110 mg, E6/Zinc 130 mg,
E8/Selenium 0.60 mg
Durham Animal Feeds Production Line
The purchase of new production line enabled us to launch a new range of products for both cat & dog food market. It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development