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Old November 14th, 2008, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by growler View Post
Nature's Variety Instinct flavours look like they are all 0.80% dry matter phos but that is the min/max levels not an acurate value and I know for sure the rabbit is higher than 1% phos. As mentioned in my thread I tried to get an absolute value from NV but they just directed me to their site.
Growler, I emailed NV about their phosphorus levels and I was told to go by what is listed under "Minerals" column, not by their guaranteed analysis, it is more accurate:

http://www.naturesvariety.com/instinct_cat_can_chicken

I think the chicken has about 1.2% phosphorus dry matter. Venison is extremely high.
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