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Ethically Sourced Protein
We believe livestock should be raised with kindness and respect. Not only does it create cleaner supply-chain, but it means higher quality meat for your pet. To support humane farming, Open Farm recipes derive 90% of its protein from ethically sourced meat and poultry without meals or by-products.
We go to great lengths to source clean ingredients. Serve them a meal packed with protein and highly irresistible, functional ingredients like locally sourced non-GMO pumpkin and carrots, and superfoods like coconut oil. It’s premium nutrition without antibiotics, corn, wheat or soy.
100% Traceable Ingredients
Where your pet’s food comes from shouldn’t be a mystery. As a part of our commitment to ethical and transparent sourcing practices, we provide pet parents with the ability to instantly trace the origin of every ingredient in their bag of Open Farm pet food.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:No
Product Dimensions:5 x 5 x 5 inches; 4 Pounds
Item model number:628451123064
Date First Available:April 28, 2015
WELLNESS BACKED BY SCIENCE: Open Farm’s Farmer’s Table Pork Dry Dog Food nutrient formula is loaded with meaty protein, probiotic fiber for better digestion, and added essential vitamins and minerals you can count on, and a taste your dog will love.
PURE LOCAL PRODUCE: Treat them to a fresh mix of non-GMO fruits and veggies like sweet potato, squash, tomato, and chicory root from farms that are free of artificial colors and preservatives to grant your dog the raw health nature has to offer.
FROM FARM TO BOWL: Dogs crave meat by wild natural instinct, so our recipe makes it the first ingredient. We skip the grain, corn, wheat, and soy in favor of smart superfoods like non-GMO pumpkin, carrot, and coconut oil for whole diet balance.
100% TRANSPARENCY: As a part of our commitment to transparent sourcing practices, we provide owners with the ability to trace the origin of every ingredient using the lot number on the bag, because where pet foods come from shouldn’t be a mystery.