Oma's Pride Raw

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Postby Maryellen » April 3rd, 2006, 7:25 pm

omas pride http://www.omaspride.com ingredients and i dont see any rice, corn,wheat or soy:

Our ground meat, ground meat/bone, and whole bone products are sold in a variety of sizes to suit the needs of most pet owners. All products are made from 100% USDA inspected and APPROVED meats, bones and vegetables.
The ingredients and ingredient ratios in the "mixes" are:
Poultry: 70% meat/bone
10% organ meats (liver/hearts/gizzards)
20% vegetables chkn-(squash/broccoli/kale) trky-(grn bn,yel sq,okra)

Beef: 70% Ground beef / bone
10% organ meats (heart/liver/kidney)
20% vegetables (squash/broccoli/kale)

Lamb: 80% meat/bone
20% vegetables (zuch,carrot,parsley


Specialty mix 18# (3/1# ea. - Ostrich, Venison, Buffalo, Salmon, Rabbit, Duck, plus 3 each of an available specialty meat)

Ground turkey -- 10 lb. tube per 10 lb. tube
Turkey breast boneless, skinless, raw 9# avg. per lb.
Chicken breast boneless, skinless, raw 10# avg. per lb.
Chicken breast chunks boneless, skinless, raw 10# avg. per lb.
Ground beef -- 73% meat, 27% fat 10# tube per lb.
Ground beef -- 80% meat, 20% fat 5# tube per lb.
Beef Roll Treat per 2 lb roll
Beef Roll Treat 8 oz roll per 8oz roll
Ground Ostrich per 1 lb. tube
Ground Llama per 1 lb. tube
Ground Venison per 1 lb. tube
Ground Kangaroo per 1 lb. tube
Ground Buffalo per 1 lb. tube
Ground Buffalo per 5 lb. tube
Ground North Atlantic Salmon per 1 lb.
Ground North Atlantic Salmon

Ground Beef heart/liver/kidney per 2 lb. tube
Beef heart per lb.
Beef heart -- per cs, app. 25 lbs. per lb.
Beef liver per lb.
Beef kidney per lb.
Buffalo Heart whole approx. 3# per lb.
Buffalo Tongue 1-3# each per lb.
Buffalo Tongue ground 2# tube per tube
Buffalo Heart ground 2# tube per tube
Turkey Hearts whole 5 lb. bag per bag
Turkey Gizzards whole 5 lb. bag per bag
Turkey Liver whole 5 lb. bag per bag
Ground Turkey gizzard/heart/liver per 2 lb. tube
Ground Turkey gizzard/heart/liver per 1 lb. tube
Chicken liver per 1 lb. tub
Chicken liver per 5 lb. tub
Chicken gizzards -- 10 lb. bag per 10 lb. bag
Chicken gizzards/hearts 16 oz per pkg
Oma's Pride Green Tripe - fine grind per 2 lb.
Green Tripe - course grind per 2 lb.
Oma's Pride Green Tripe per 5 lb.
Green Tripe - course grind per 5 lb.
Oma's Pride Sliced Green Tripe (6 portions per bag/ 5lb) per 5 lb.
Trachea ground 2# tube per 2 lb.
Performance Dog (tripe,beef,bone,trachea) per 5 lb.
Performance Dog (tripe,beef,bone,trachea) per 2 lb.
Performance Dog 6 slices per 5# per 5 lb.

Veal Breast/riblet 3-4" sq. piece per lb.
Lamb breast/riblet by the bag 9-12# per lb.
Lamb Necks 3 per bag per lb.
Lamb Shanks app. 10-28# case per lb
Lamb bones (mixed 25# case) per lb.
Ostrich Neck - piece per lb.
Pork Neck Bones 30# case per lb.
Whole Goat Pieces approx. 9# ea. per lb.
Whole rabbit -- approx. 2 lb. ea. per lb.
Whole Ducks -- approx 5-6# per lb.
Duck Carcass by the piece each
Duck Feet app. 30# case per lb.
Duck Feet app. 1# each per lb.
Duck Necks Skinless by the lb. per lb.
Duck V-Wing 5 per bag per bag
Quail whole frames per lb.
Quail ground frames 2# per bag
Quail whole giblets app. 2# per lb.
Pheasant ground (meat,bone,neck,giblets) 2# per bag
Mackerel Whole 3/4 to 1# each per each
Buffalo Marrow Bones (7-9 inch ) per lb.
Buffalo Marrow bones (4-6 inch large dog bone) per lb.
Marrow bones (2-3 inch small dog bone) per 10 lb.
Buffalo knucles full - each per lb.
Buffalo knuckle bones split approx. 1.5# per lb.
Buffalo full round bones 16" (knuckles attached) per lb.
Beef Ribs- 7 bone rack 2-3 lbs ea. per lb.
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Postby babyreba » April 4th, 2006, 11:08 am

Maryellen, did you get prices on that stuff? And do they deliver?

I was once interested in them, but they don't have any MD distributors.
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Postby Maryellen » April 4th, 2006, 11:25 am

their prices are up there. they will ship overnight ., i have a distributor near me and his prices are $3 and change for a one pound roll of raw...
they dont have their prices on their website for some odd reason.
here are the MD distributors:

MD:
Baltimore Darlene Bailey (410) 766-4479 Darlene
Clarksburg Cridder's Whole Pets (301) 482-1640 Cynthia
Damascus Caer Bren Labs (301) 253-5380 Jacki
Middletown For Pete's Sake (301) 371-7729 Debbie
N. East Area Paws For Raw **Home Delivery** (302) 239-0727 Barbara
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Postby cheekymunkee » April 4th, 2006, 11:38 am

I looked at it once & the store near me that sells it has it for around $5 per pound. WAAAAAAAAY too much IMO. I might think of paying that for the exotic meats but even that would be stretching it. I'll stick to my .69 per pound turkey legs & pork neck.
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Postby babyreba » April 4th, 2006, 12:00 pm

weird, i didn't seen any MD distributors on the list when i looked last.

the only one near me is the 410 area code one. the others are near DC.

but $3/pound is way too much money to spend on dog food anyway--even when i buy chicken and such for myself i try to get it on sale for cheaper than that, LOL!
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Postby Maryellen » April 4th, 2006, 12:23 pm

i know.. its way too expensive..
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Postby babyreba » April 4th, 2006, 2:54 pm

all the frozen, pre-prepared stuff is ridiculously insane it seems.

i definitely am saving my pennies till i can afford a real bone/meat grinder/mill thing . . . then i can make my own mixes and not have to worry.

i priced some out on ebay ... and i think i'm gonna head to the retaurant supply warehouse this weekend to see what they've got.

hope i find something good.
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Postby cheekymunkee » April 4th, 2006, 3:03 pm

babyreba wrote:all the frozen, pre-prepared stuff is ridiculously insane it seems.

i definitely am saving my pennies till i can afford a real bone/meat grinder/mill thing . . . then i can make my own mixes and not have to worry.

i priced some out on ebay ... and i think i'm gonna head to the retaurant supply warehouse this weekend to see what they've got.

hope i find something good.


You should watch the want-ads for people selling off their restaurant equipment. There is a section in the Dallas Morning News dedicated to restaurant equipment resale & you can find some great deals. Check out your newspaper!!
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Postby babyreba » April 4th, 2006, 3:31 pm

hey, maryellen suggested that too!

i'm gonna start looking today, i picked up a paper this afternoon.

haha, i can pre-make my own raw, package it, and sell it at reasonable prices to my raw-feeding friends, LOL!
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Postby Maryellen » April 4th, 2006, 3:36 pm

you can start your own business!!! seriously, look in the papers under restaurant items, free items, items under $$ look even at businesses for sale.. i would also join a raw feeding group if you havent already, and see if anyone is getting rid of one, and i would try freecycle too..
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Postby Patch O' Pits » April 4th, 2006, 5:33 pm

I like BRAVO and it is also cheaper
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