Ingredients: duck eggs
Freeze dried duck eggs are a great addition to the diet for both dogs and cats. Each bag weighs 2oz and contains approximately two and one-half (2.5) whole freeze dried raw ground duck eggs, including the shells. Just scoop and serve! One (1) whole duck egg equals approximately 2 Tbsp of ground eggs; may rehydrate at a 1:1 ratio of egg to water (see second photo for rehydrated eggs). Duck eggs weigh approximately twice as much as chicken eggs. Eggs are considered a complete food and are full of key nutrients including vitamin A, riboflavin, folate, vitamin B12, iron, selenium and fatty acids. And yes, the shells are great for your pets too! Egg shells are an excellent source of calcium (not the egg shells from the grocery store since those are sprayed with chemicals), which improves muscle health, heart health and the immune system.
These ducks come from a very small family farm in Wisconsin where they are humanely raised and are not given any hormones or antibiotics. The freeze drying process locks in the natural enzymes, vitamins and minerals. In addition, this all natural product contains no preservatives, additives, grains or gluten.