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Green Tripe Really Only 8% Protein??

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Never understood why anyone feeds the stinking shite :D


Tripe weight 100g

Water (g) 82.59

Energy (kcal) 89

Protein (g) 12.6

total (g) 3.85

Carbohydrate (g) 0

Sugars, total (g) 0

Fiber, total
dietary (g) 0

Alcohol (g) 0

Cholesterol (mg) 127

Saturated fatty acids,total (g) 1.348

Monounsaturated fatty acids,
total (g) 1.6
Polyunsaturated fatty acids, total (g) 0.188

Copper (mg) 0.073

Iron (mg) 0.62

Magnesium (mg) 14
Phosphorus (mg) 67

Potassium (mg) 70

Selenium (mcg) 13

Sodium (mg) 441
Zinc (mg) 1.48


Vitamin A, RAE (mcg) 0

Vitamin C (mg) 0

Vitamin B-6 (mg)
0.008 Choline, total (mg) 203.3

Vitamin B-12 (mcg) 1.09

Vitamin B-12,
added (mcg) 0

Vitamin E, alpha tocopherol (mg) 0.09

Vitamin E, added
(mg) 0 '

Vitamin D (D2 + D3)(mcg) 0 Folate, DFE (mcg) 4 Folate, food (mcg)
4 Folate, total (mcg) 4 \

Folic acid (mcg) 0

Vitamin K (mcg) 0

(mg) 0.828

Retinol (mcg) 0

Riboflavin (mg) 0.067

Thiamin (mg) 0
Carotene, beta (mcg) 0


alpha (mcg) 0

Cryptoxanthin, beta (mcg)
0 Lutein + zeaxanthin (mcg) 0

Lycopene (mcg) 0

Caffeine (mg) 0
Theobromine (mg) 0


Edited by paddybarr

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I get tripe from a local small scale slaughter house, its straight off the cow with bit of grass stil in it. I hose it down and cut it into terrier and lurcher sized pieces, i also get sheep heads which i chop into pieces and bits of cow fat, meat and bones. So they get bits of all this through out the week, but was wondering if they need anything else in there diet, some dog biscuits or veg, as they seem to be constantly eating grass.

yes mate your missing out on a lot of nutrients that can be drawn from vegatables. but good to see your feeding animal fats, a lot of folk dont realise that's where dogs get their energy from...not carbs as some tend to think. I like to run my dogs diets on around 2/3 meat (for protein), 1/4 veg and the rest made up of herbs, oil/fat and any other handy ingredients to aid the dogs well being.

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