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    Yep,we get them from Leonards as well
    Very cheap , as is their chicken mince .

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    do all of you people have big dogs I only have a small dog nearly 6 months can she have this or is she too little?

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    Frozen chicken necks are great!! Like a meat iceblock (eeeeuuuwww)!! But our little girl loves them......she also loves just plain icecubes - gotta keep her away from the esky!

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    yep. I've been feeding my girl frames for 6 years with bix and she loves them. vary with wings and roo tail so bones keep her occupied. wouldn't go without them.

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    i have seen these around, as our local chicken and veg shop sell them for 20c each or something ludicrous like that. But they don't seem to have much meat on them?

    So you literally just throw the carcass at them and let them go at it?

    Chloe devours chicken wings and mince faster then daylight (yay finally found something that doesnt take 3 hrs to eat!) and needs to stack on a few kgs (well 8) so would this be helpful?

    God i sound like such an idiot asking all these questions which i should know!

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    Jodz, some stuff the frames with hearts, other raw, mince and rice, veges etc.

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    Jodz dont ever feellike an idiot for asking a question
    The only stupid question is the one neverasked.

    And yep! Go the frames,just chuck it atthem and letthem go
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    Chicken carcasses, wings, necks, legs..whatever is the most economical that week.

    Nothing goes with them - they are meant to chew and devour. I usually do the chicken as a mid-morning meal though. I alternate on other days with fish or hwatever else I've bought. Then the nightly meal is the main meat base.

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    I got 6kg Human grade meaty wings for 18 bucks at barters/steggles weighbridge near here. Will get big box of necks when I have room in her shelf in the freezer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodz View Post
    i have seen these around, as our local chicken and veg shop sell them for 20c each or something ludicrous like that. But they don't seem to have much meat on them?

    So you literally just throw the carcass at them and let them go at it?

    Chloe devours chicken wings and mince faster then daylight (yay finally found something that doesnt take 3 hrs to eat!) and needs to stack on a few kgs (well 8) so would this be helpful?

    God i sound like such an idiot asking all these questions which i should know!
    I used to freeze mine for my Rottweiler...he loved the carcasses frozen in summer and they take a bit longer for them to eat I don't feed them to my Staffies though...Sumo gets diarrhoea from too much fat in his diet.

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