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Bone Meal Powder

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KAL Bone Meal Powder 8 Ounces Powder (37 servings)


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, wheat, corn, milk, egg, soy, glutens, sugar, artificial colors, starch or preservatives.

Bone Meal Powder Supplement Facts


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Supplement Facts
Serving Size  1 TEASPOON
Servings Per Container   37
 
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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KALBone Meal Powder - 8 Ounces Powder
 
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(5 of 5 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

    Best Uses

      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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          Bone Meal Powder
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          Kathryn P: making homemade dog food Jun 23, 2014
          carol H: Referred by my daughter. Both of our dogs are diabetic and we make our own food for them. This adds calcium to their diet that the recipe lacks. Jun 16, 2014
          Gail T: Recommended on DVM Strombeck's website for dog nutrition in home cooking May 8, 2014
          Brenda C: I use it with the homemade dog food I make for our puppies - much healthier. Apr 30, 2014
          Teresa S: I want to start making homemade dog food for my little guys & they need this in their diets. Mar 6, 2014
          Terry H: its for my 2 canine companions they eat fresh meat and veg. and need this in their diet. Mar 2, 2014
          Catherine D: calcium supplement for dog. Feb 22, 2014
          Betty L: Going to use in making home made pet food. Jan 23, 2014
          Matthew C: Used for dog food Jan 22, 2014
          John V: I give this to my pets on a regular basis to satisfy their calcium needs. Jan 1, 2014
          jessica b: I find some bone meal in juice to be helpful to relas. Dec 13, 2013
          Iris D: for my dog, I'm making homemade dogfood and this helps Nov 18, 2013
          Diane T: To make homemade kitty food:) Nov 15, 2013
          roberta p: i chose this for my little havanese dog mimzy who does not eat and my vet recommended your bone meal for her. Oct 28, 2013
          Al B: Dr. Pitcairn recommends this as an ingredient for a Healthy powder for my dog. Oct 20, 2013
          Kevin R: Needed to make Anitra Fraziers Cat vitamin recipe. Oct 17, 2013
          Ray C: Good for your bones Aug 24, 2013
          BETH Y: This is an essential ingredient in home-prepared food for my sensitive-stomach dogs, as recommended by my veterinarian. Aug 7, 2013
          Margaret E: I follow Dr Pitcairn's recipe for making food for my dog. He recommends this brand of bone meal as part of the recipe. Aug 7, 2013
          Yunna K: i did'nt get it.
          not in stock??
          Aug 5, 2013
          Maria K: It was recommended by my veterinaran Aug 4, 2013
          Karen S: Recommended by vet Aug 2, 2013
          Vyla B: Recommended by our Vet Jul 23, 2013
          Grace R: It's good for nursing queens. Jul 22, 2013
          Natelle B: It's the only one I could find. High quality. Good ratio of calcium to phosphorus. Jul 20, 2013
          Aaron G: Forced to purchase online. All the stores in my area have not had their shelves replenished in over 3 weeks. Jul 18, 2013
          Gayla M: This is for my dogs diet. recommended by another pet owner as having the correct Ca/Phos ratio for dogs. Jul 18, 2013
          William P: Only bone meal powder that we can find that doesn't affect our toddlers' allergies (they don't eat it themselves... but the dog is messy) No soy, no peanuts, no dairy and no eggs. Jul 13, 2013
          Sylvia C: replace another brand that was out of stock Jun 5, 2013
          MaryAnn B: works well Jun 4, 2013
          Michelle T: I use this to make my own raw cat food along with a few other supplements. May 18, 2013
          Darlene D: Very important to add bone meal in place of bone for animals on a homemade raw diet if the bone is not fed with the meet. Real bone can be dangerous cooked or uncooked, it can cause choking and damage to mouth and other internal damage. Bone meal is a safe replacement with no worries. Apr 19, 2013
          consuelo h: I use it to make my homemade dog food. Apr 11, 2013
          Anne T: Supplement to my dogs homemade diet. Apr 5, 2013
          PAULETTE O: I use it for my dogs when I make their food Mar 10, 2013
          Barbara P: Purchased Kal Bone Meal Powder as a gift to my sister. The product is an ingredient used to prepare Natural Dogfood Recipes. Mar 7, 2013
          Jenny R: the use in a vitamin mix for my pets Feb 4, 2013
          Karen M: I use this for my dogs - added to their food daily. They are doing great! Time will tell if this is helpful... I believe it is! Dec 20, 2012
          Mark C: My son has a g-tube and Spinal Muscular Atrophy - Type 1. He requires a special amino acid diet and this has specific value to his diet. Dec 14, 2012
          Barrie S asked: What is the source of the bonemeal? Poultry? Bovine? What? Jun 14, 2013
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          Robert H: 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. Jun 14, 2013
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          A Vitamin Shoppe customer asked: Why did you use this product? May 17, 2014
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          Julie J: 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 May 18, 2014
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          Mary S: We use it in making dog food. We have a book, Dr. Pitcairn's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats. He has a great recipe for dog food and bone meal is one of the ingredients. May 17, 2014
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          Tyson B: We use this as a calcium supplement, it was added to stocks, smothies and such. We have had to do this because of the lack of natural minerals and vitamins in our foods. May 17, 2014
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          Kurt A: I mix a teaspoon with my morning smoothie drink to augment my calcium intake because I cut out most dairy products. It seems to digest easily. May 17, 2014
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          Anna N: I don't take it myself. I make homecooked meals for my dog, and when you don't feed them actual bones, they need a source of calcium. May 17, 2014
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          Tara K: My dogs are on a raw food diet so I use this to supplement for calcium when they don't get enough bone in their food. May 17, 2014
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          Dolores J: I make dog food for my dog and add 1 tbsp. to 6 cups of his daily intake, Good for his bones. May 17, 2014
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          Susan M: I use the product as a natural form of calcium for homemade cat food. May 18, 2014
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          A Vitamin Shoppe customer asked: Can this product really build-up bones? May 21, 2014
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          Susan N: I use this product as an ingredient in a home made cat food recipe I got from a wholistic cat book.




          May 21, 2014
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          Susan N: I use this product as an ingredient in a home made cat food recipe I got from a wholistic cat book.




          May 21, 2014
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          Susan N: I use this product as an ingredient in a home made cat food recipe I got from a wholistic cat book.




          May 21, 2014
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          Elisabeth F: I only use it as a supplement in home made dog food. Recipe by Dr. Pitcairn.
          Not sure if I would personally use this.
          May 22, 2014
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          Susan S: I tried to buy this for my dog. It was out of stock. I cancelled the order. May 21, 2014
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          Cynthia O asked: 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... Jan 15, 2014
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