making a mix for old age/mixed age group

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Kesjo
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making a mix for old age/mixed age group

Post by Kesjo » Wed Oct 06, 2021 9:51 am

any thoughts on this? i have a 21 months old, he is showing his age and he is on ipakitine bacause of early signs of kidney problems.
the group is: 22 months old/16 months old/ 2x 6 months old males.

i feed them a wet meal in the morning, made with cooked carbs, veggies, some berries and some protein and oil or seeds.
one of the youngest male isn't very food orientated and stopped growing and was skinny, now he finally has a good weight. and they all enjoy the fresh food breakfast.

any ideas on complete fresh meals? how mucg carbs/veggies/protein etc?

i feed around 50gr freshfood between the 4 males, and about 30gr drymix scattered, and 20gr science selective in foraging toys to keep them active.

this is the mix i made on paper, waht do you think?

flaked barley1000gr
paddy rice 500gr
puffed millet 200gr
flaked maize 250gr
buckwheat 500gr

flaked peas 500gr
orlux eggfood 500gr
flaked soja 425gr

puffed wheat 150gr
noodles 500gr
white rice 500gr
rice cakes 250gr
cornflakes 300gr

linseed 200gr
hempseed 150gr
sesameseed 100gr

dried herbs/veggies 500gr
(seaweed/echinacea/dandelion/banana/carrot/tomato/broccoli/garlic/plantain)

the calculated protein is 12,4% and the fat 5,1%

Kesjo
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Re: making a mix for old age/mixed age group

Post by Kesjo » Wed Oct 06, 2021 12:39 pm

also, the total amount of ingredients in the protein section is very high, but the total protein amount in the mix is fine.
is this a problem?

i have never used eggfood in my drymix, would like to know if it doesn't turn to dust in the mix? can they use it?

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