Wysong Epigen 90 [RECOMMENDED AS MIXER ONLY] (foods database)

Full name: Wysong Epigen 90
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This food is meant to meet the nutritional needs of: cats,kittens,dogs,puppies
Variety: dry (11% moisture)

Nutrient% (as fed)
Protein:
Fat:
Fiber:
Moisture:
60% (min)
12% (min)
3.5% (max)
11% (max)

This food is grain free
Meat content claim: 90% meat and organs

Ingredients: Organic ChickenChicken MealChicken Fat (preserved with mixed Tocopherols as a source of Vitamin E), Chicken GibletsGelatin (source of collagen and proteoglycans), Apple (source of soluble fiber), Beet Pulp (source of prebiotics), Plums (antioxidant source), Inulin (prebiotic), Blueberries (antioxidant source), Tomato (source of lutein), Taurine (amino acid), Oregano Extract (antioxidant source), Sage Extract (antioxidant source), Rosemary Extract (antioxidant source), Probiotic Microorganisms (Bacillus subtilisEnterococcus faeciumLactobacillus plantarumLactococcus lactisLactobacillus caseiLactobacillus acidophilusLactobacillus lactis), Ascorbic AcidZinc ProteinateIron ProteinateVitamin E SupplementNiacin SupplementManganese ProteinateCalcium PantothenateThiamine MononitrateCopper ProteinatePyridoxine HydrochlorideRiboflavin SupplementVitamin A AcetateFolic AcidBiotinVitamin B12 SupplementVitamin D3 Supplement

Additional Information

This food is "starch free" and uses gelatin rather than vegetable starches as its binders.
While this food rates fairly high on our standard ferret food chart, I would not recommend it as a ferret's main diet. It ranks favorably due to its incredibly high 60% protein. 12% fat however is notably below a ferret's presumed requirements. As a treat or a fraction in a mix of foods it would be great, but it likely does not have enough fat for a ferret to thrive on.





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---This entry was last updated on January 23, 2013 by fuzzfuzz. [change log]
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