Ruminants Updated on: August 4th, 2019

Ruminants are mammals that acquire nutrients from plants by fermenting it in specialized stomachs before digestion

why we feed

Ruminants that are fed their natural diet of grass produce lean protein, less fatty, and a more balanced omega 6:3 ratio for the consumers that eat them

how to feed

Look for grass-finished beef, goat, and lamb when building your dog's diet or deciding between pet foods. Green tripe, or the unbleached lining of the ruminants stomach, is also a great source of probiotics, digestive enzymes, and fiber

Additional info

Cows, goat, sheep, and giraffes are examples of ruminants