As you may know, I’ve been buying cuts of raw meat for my raw meal prep from Raw Feeding Miami since 2016.
I love their huge selection of different proteins, as well as the different cuts of meat they offer for my homemade raw dog food.
I mean, where else do you get rabbit kidneys, beef eyeballs, lamb brains, kangaroo chunks and whole mackerel?!
Either way, I’ve noticed that over the years, their selection has changed a little. Some food items are no longer available, while new ones are.
So in today’s blog post, I’m nerding out over the changes I’ve noticed since 2016. Enjoy!
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Discontinued Food Items At Raw Feeding Miami
I noticed that the following cuts of meat are no longer available at Raw Feeding Miami:
Pork uterus falls into the muscle meat category. My pup Missy loved it, and her brother Buzz (from the same litter) hated it, ha!
That was the only cut of raw meat that he repeatedly spat back out, even when I offered it partially frozen. He just didn’t care for its consistency.
I wanted to order it for Wally last year, in 2020, but found that it was no longer available. To me, that was a bummer because I was so curious to see if Wally would like it or not!
However, I just recently noticed that they carry beef uterus (2.5 lbs for $7.60) instead! So far, I haven’t been able to buy any because every time I looked, it was sold out.
Beef Lovers Pack
If I remember correctly, Raw Feeding Miami had several packs of this sort, along with a Starter Pack, but unfortunately, I never took a screen shot.
Anyway, this pack of various cuts of beef was 35 lb and cost $94.99. I neither have photo nor video footage of the Beef Lovers Pack, but I did write down what it consisted of:
- Beef Trachea
- Beef Oxlips
- Ground Beef
- Beef Heart
- Beef Cheek
- Green Tripe Chunks
- Beef Trachea Stuffed With Green Tripe
- Beef Lung
- Ground Green Tripe
- Ground Beef Lung
- Monstermash (organ mix)
- It also came with some duck frames and duck wings. Those are obviously not beef related, but they’re a great raw meaty bone source.
What I liked about this particular type of order was that it consisted of all the different categories you need to cover during meal prep (except for fish). So, muscle meat, secreting organs, and raw meaty bones.
They also stopped selling beef oxlips – another bummer to me personally because these suckers are hard to come by.
Beef oxlips fall into the muscle meat category and were part of the Beef Lovers Pack, but they were also available individually.
Bison Spinal Cord
Bison spinal cord is a secreting organ that I enjoyed using for variety in my raw meal prep. Too bad it’s no longer available!
I believe 1 lb of it was $8.50.
Chicken And Fish Grind
I thought this was a great mix because the Omega-3s from the fish balanced out the Omega-6s from the chicken!
Looks like I didn’t take any pictures of the chicken and fish grind either..what?! I know, I’m appalled at myself, haha.
However, you can see them in this Raw Feeding Miami unboxing video I made in January 2017 (50 seconds into the video if you want to fast forward).
If you’re interested in recreating it, that’s super easy to do. Just mix some of their chicken grinds with some of their fish grinds (about 10% fish), and there you go! You’d just have to buy separate bags.
Their chicken grinds follow the 80/10/10 formula and can be fed as is. 2.5 lb bags are $12.50, and 1 lb bags are $5.00.
You can also buy whole thread herring (2.5 lbs for $7.89), whole mackerel (2.5 lbs for $7.00), salmon chunks (2.5 lbs for $10.75), whole sardines (2.5 lbs for $9.37), and whole smelts (1 lb for $6.00).
New Food Items At Raw Feeding Miami:
OK, now it’s time to see what’s new at Raw Feeding Miami!
I’m always looking for variety in my secreting organs, so I loved seeing the beef eyeballs!
1 lb is $6.50, which is a great price. Especially considering that you don’t need a lot of secreting organs for meal prep (only 5% liver, and 5% other secreting organ, which the beef eyeballs would be).
These are another great secreting organ find, and I’ve used them several times in Wally’s raw meals.
1 lb is $8.55 and, just like the beef eyeballs, they fall into the other secreting organ category.
Lamb green tripe falls into the muscle meat category and is chock-full of digestive enzymes.
Green tripe is usually sold from beef and bison, so this is another great new find.
2.5 lbs are $8.50.
If you’re looking to add variety to your protein rotation, try some alpaca! It’s great for dogs with food sensitivities and those that need to loose weight. It’s VERY lean with a fat content of less than 3%.
1 lb is $8.00, and this is muscle meat. I featured alpaca as one of several novel protein sources in my ebook with recipes for dogs with allergies.
Kangaroo Chunks & Boneless Ground Kangaroo
Both are to be fed as muscle meat, and I also included them in the ingredient list for my allergy recipe ebook.
Yet another great protein source for dogs with food sensitivities!
1 lb is $11, and Wally loves it! I also featured it in my allergy recipe ebook.
And the list of protein sources for dogs with food allergies goes on – ostrich is another great food to try!
I haven’t ordered these particular ones because I got lucky and found a local ostrich farm here in my NC neck of the woods.
Raw Feeding Miami’s ostrich chunks are $15 for 1 lb.
Goose is more on the fatty side, so I wouldn’t feed these items to an overweight dog. However, these are great cuts of meat to feed for variety purposes!
So far, I bought the grinds, and Wally loves them. No surprise really, since he has yet NOT to like something I’ve offered him, ha! 😉
These wild boar ribs have been sold out every time I checked, bummer! I bet Wally would LOVE them.
They’re raw meaty bones and previously frozen at -10 F, so they’re ready to feed. You should introduce them slowly as they’re a rich food item.
They come in packs that “average 2 lbs” and are $10.00.
I’ve been eyeing these babies for a while too, and finally got some!
They come in 3 oz bags for $9.00.
Furry food items are a great source of manganese and fiber, and they keep the anal glands working properly.
I either offer them as in-between snacks, or I add them to Wally’s raw meals.
These days, Raw Feeding Miami carries a lot more pre-made grinds that are ready to feed as is than they did when I first started ordering from them in 2016.
Most of them follow the 80/10/10 formula – 80% muscle meat, 10% secreting organs, and 10% raw meaty bone:
- Chicken grinds
- Duck grinds
- Chicken & green tripe grinds
- Beef grinds
- Goose grinds
- Lamb grinds
- Beef & green tripe grinds
- Pheasant grinds
- Pork grinds
- Rabbit grinds
- Turkey grinds
They now carry several of Dr. Harvey’s products. For example, Dr. Harvey’s Raw Vibrance, Paradigm, and Canine Health.
Those are all dehydrated mixes of veggies, herbs, healing foods like green lipped mussels, shiitake mushrooms, and/or grains (Canine Health features grains).
I personally love Dr. Harvey’s Paradigm, and would also add their Raw Vibrance to Wally’s meals if he wasn’t allergic to shellfish. Raw Vibrance features green lipped mussels, and they’re considered shellfish.
Tip: You can save 15% off your raw dog food order from Raw Feeding Miami with my referral discount link! Happy saving!
New and Discontinued Food Items at Raw Feeding Miami: Bottom Line
Although I’m bummed that Raw Feeding Miami no longer offers certain food items like the Beef Lovers Pack and beef oxlips, they really outdid themselves with their new selection of protein sources for dogs with food sensitivities.
If your dog is allergic to common foods like chicken, beef, and turkey, you’ll find something he can eat at Raw Feeding Miami!
For example, camel trim, kangaroo chunks, ostrich chunks, ground alpaca, to name just their new arrivals.
They also have a great rabbit selection, which is also known to be a hypoallergenic dog food source.
Have you noticed any food related changes at Raw Feeding Miami? You’re welcome to let me know in the comment section below this blog post!