Marshall (foods database)

Full name: Marshall premium ferret diet
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This food is meant to meet the nutritional needs of: ferrets
Variety: dry (10% moisture)

Nutrient% (as fed)
Protein:
Fat:
Fiber:
Moisture:
38% (min)
18% (min)
3.5% (max)
10% (max)


Ingredients: Chicken By-Products (organs onlyincluding chicken liver), Herring MealCornCod FishDried Beet PulpBrewer's Dried YeastCane MolassesSaltSodium Propionate (a preservative), DL-MethionineL-LysineTaurineVitamin A AcetateVitamin D3 SupplementVitamin E SupplementRiboflavin SupplementNiacinBiotinCholine ChlorideFolic AcidThiamine MononitratePyridoxine HydrochlorideBHA (a preservative), Vitamin B12 SupplementMenadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (source of Vitamin K), D-Calcium PantothenateManganous OxideInositolAscorbic AcidIron SulfateCopper SulfateZinc OxideCobalt CarbonatePotassium IodideSodium Selenite

Additional Information

Marshall Farms is the largest commercial ferret breeder in the United States. Their ferret kits make up an overwhelming majority of ferrets that are sold in North American pet shops. In order for their one year guarantee against congenital health defects in to remain valid, they require that the purchased ferret be only on this diet for this time span.

Some ferret owners choose to boycott Marshall products due to ethical concerns: breeding practices, housing, early neutering, and early shipping being common ones.



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---This entry was last updated on September 21, 2013 by fuzzfuzz. [change log]
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