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Bone Meal Powder (8 Ounces Powder)

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      Bone Meal Powder (8 Ounces Powder)

      • Form: Powder

      • Serving Size: 1 TEASPOON

      • Number Of Servings: 37 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.26 / serving)

      • Weight: 10 OZ

      Product Label

        KAL Bone Meal is intended to provide nutritive support for healthy bones, teeth, nerve and muscular function. This pure Bone Meal is sterilized and edible.
        Natural calcium Source

      Directions
      As a dietary supplement, mix 1 slightly rounded teaspoon with your favorite protein drink, juice, or yogurt. May also be blended into baked goods, hot cereal, and casseroles.

      Warning
      Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately. Store in a cool, dry place Do not use of safety seal is broken or missing.

    • Does not contain
      Yeast, artificial colors, corn, egg, glutens, milk, soy, starch or preservatives., sugar, wheat

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      Bone Meal Powder Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 1 TEASPOON

      Servings Per Container 37.000000

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      Calcium(From Bone Meal) 1998 Mg 159%
      IRON(FROM BONE MEAL) 1.9 Mg 11%
      Phosphorus(FROM BONE MEAL) 1000 Mg 100%
      MAGNESIUM(FROM BONE MEAL) 51 Mg 13%
      ZINC(FROM BONE MEAL) 1 Mg 7%
      COPPER(FROM BONE MEAL) 114 Mcg 6%
      FLUORIDE(FROM BONE MEAL) 3 Mg N/A*

      *Daily value not established

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      4.0

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      2.0

      Bone meal Power

      By Lisa

      from Florida

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      Pros

      • Good Value

      Cons

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        • Supplement A Meal

        Comments about KAL Bone Meal Powder - 8 Ounces Powder:

        The powder has fragments in it which may not be so good - i put it in my pets food for extra vitamins

        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        seems excellent quality

        By maxlet

        from coastal oregon

        Pros

        • Dependably Clean
        • Effective
        • Good Supplement
        • Good Value
        • No Vite D--must For Dogs

        Cons

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            Comments about KAL Bone Meal Powder - 8 Ounces Powder:

            I, too, am using this for someone other than human; my parrot. I've been mixing my parrot's dry food mix for over 30 years (he also gets almost 50% fresh fruit & veggies). One of the supplements I add is bone meal, & I've used this brand for years. Pfeiffer is a Lilac-Crowned Amazon (med-small Amazon), at least 38 years old; I've had him almost 34 years & he's been extremely healthy, sturdy, & disease resistant all that time, with handsome glossy feathers & a smart-alec attitude.
            i'm starting to make food for my 6 month old American Eskimo puppy, after almost 4 months of digestive problems & considerable reading about dog foods. I'll be adding this bone meal as well, to help him grow good bones & fine canines.

            (15 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great Stuff

            By Julie J

            from Undisclosed

            Pros

            • Convenience
            • price
            • Quality
            • Satisfaction
            • value

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                Comments about KAL Bone Meal Powder - 8 Ounces Powder:

                Okay - full disclosure here. I don't take this product myself but rather use it as a supplement for the food I make for my dogs. This bone meal is great for making sure my canine duo get the minerals they need - things they would get if they were wild hunting wolves living off of caribou on the open tundra - but they cannot acquire themselves because one of them is is only about a foot tall and the other is too busy being distracted by squirrels. They are happy and healthy and both give this product two dew claws up.

                >> A Vitamin Shoppe Customer commented on this review on 2012-01-09
                Good to know. I am also interested in this for making food for my dogs.

                >> A Vitamin Shoppe Customer commented on this review on 2012-01-09
                Good to know. I am also checking this out to make food for my dogs.

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                I USE THIS AS A FILLER FOR REPAIRING CRACKED BONE POCKET KNIFE HANDLES.
                WILLIAM H on Jan 19, 2015
                Limited Options. Needed a bigger bottle but this will do.
                Beth C on Nov 16, 2014
                It is for my dogs
                Julie S on Dec 16, 2014
                Suggestion from a friend.
                Alcide W on Nov 6, 2014
                What is the source of the bonemeal? Poultry? Bovine? What?
                Barrie S on Jun 14, 2013
                Best Answer: The bottle does not specify what the source of the bone meal is, however the manufacturer, Nutraceutical will answer questions about their products by email.
                Reply · Report · Robert H on Jun 14, 2013
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                is it safe for my dog?
                A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Dec 29, 2014
                Best Answer: Generally, yes, but always check with your vet. You would not want to feed this if you are already feeding a complete food. If you are home-cooking, you should make sure you have a balanced recipe. Check with your vet or a canine nutritionist.
                Reply · Report · Nancy V on Dec 29, 2014
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                Why did you use this product?
                A Vitamin Shoppe customer on May 17, 2014
                Best Answer: We use this product as a supplement to our home made dog food. We use a teaspoon per the recipe. I don't know if they will edit out the reference to the site but you can find the recipe at littlefurrychildren(dot)blogspot(dot)com
                Reply · Report · Julie J on May 18, 2014
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                How much do you give your dog? Mine weight 80 pounds?
                Thanks,
                Pat
                A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Sep 22, 2014
                Best Answer: This should only be used to add calcium to a home-cooked diet, or on veterinary advice. Your home-cooked recipe should give you the proper amount to add to balance correctly. If you are feeding a high quality prepared dog food, you should not need to supplement the calcium, unless your veterinarian tells you to. Also, should not be used for dogs with kidney issues as it is too high in phosphates. Calcium carbonate should be used in that case.
                Reply · Report · Nancy V on Sep 22, 2014
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                Can this product really build-up bones?
                A Vitamin Shoppe customer on May 21, 2014
                Best Answer: I use this product as an ingredient in a home made cat food recipe I got from a wholistic cat book.




                Reply · Report · Susan N on May 21, 2014
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                The supplement facts on the bottle I just received are very different than what this description says. Why is it not the same? I may have to return what I have since it is not anywhere near the same as what I thought was purchased.
                Carol C on Dec 2, 2014
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                can I give it to the dog as bone meal supplement?
                A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Sep 2, 2014
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                I am supposed to add bone meal to my dog's homemade food - for liver support. I am concerned that this bone meal has copper. Does anyone know about copper in diet for dogs with liver disease? I have heard it is toxic...
                Cynthia O on Jan 15, 2014
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