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Does anyone have any experience with this food? It was recommended by my breeder and says it is a very good and reasonally priced kibble. It's not on DogfoodAnalysis.com and I can't seem to find an ingredient list. I currently feed Innova Large Breed puppy to my 5 month and 7 month old American Bulldogs and they do OK on it but I would like to try some other foods. In the past I have tried Nutro Ultra, Eukanuba, Purina Proplan, Chicken Soup for the Puppy Lovers soul, California Natural Lamb and Rice, and Authority Harvest Baked and all produced runny poops and bad gas. The innova has done OK but they still have semi runny poops and the gas is still there.

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Ok, I just called a dealer of this food that is about an hour away from me and they told me that the food was $10 for a 50lb bag. They could not tell me any engriedients because the didn't have anyone in the warehouse so I I'm not sure as to how good the food is. It seems that it couldn't be that good if it is only $10 for a 50lb bag. Anyone know the engriedients of this food or have any experience with it?
 

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Yeah, I have looked everywhere and can't seem to find the ingredients online. I went to the Nutrena website and sent an email to the manufacturer so hopefully they'll get back in touch with me. The food can't be that good if it's only $10 for 50 pounds of food.... Right?
 

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I found one of thier River Run formulas with ingredients posted..I imagine if they are of similar formulation (which is generally the case), then the professional formula is crap...corn, wheat, soy, etc.. in the one formula. It is a cheaply made food. Remember, Nutrena is known for making livestock feed...they even have a lousy reputation in that arena..I wouldn't buy it.

If you are wanting a more affordable food for multiple dogs, go with Kirkland Signature (Costco) or Diamond (lamb, beef or chicken and rice formulas) They are rated A on the dog food scales and won't break your wallet.
 
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