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    OC Raw (Commericial Product) Fish Rox

    Has anyone ever tried this product? Our Raw COOP just started offering it. For fish, we normally feed whole mackerel or sardines and prey model but wanted to try this for a change. The Rox are white fish mixed with fruit and vegetables. I wonder while the weather is warm if it's ok to feed them frozen. They are about the size of an almond. During warmer weather we feed them frozen blueberries and they seem to like them. Anyone every heard of problems with feeding cold / frozen stuff?

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    Too much frozen all at once seem to upset Oban's tummy.

    What species of fish are they and where were they caught?

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    Their web site states it is all human grade, USDA certified fish - Pollock, tilapia, and sardines but they don't say specifically where they are caught - only Pacific Waters. Your questions remind me that I should just stay with "real food". When we buy the sardines and mackerel it says right on the box what they are and where they are from. Made in the USA on a processed product doesn't mean much. Unfortunately I am not sure that USDA certified fish means much either. Thanks for the reminder.

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    I feed OC Raw Beef and am very happy with it. I've tried prey-model and a few different brands of pre-made raw, and OC is what Yogi does the best on, and it's noticeable.

 



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