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Gbay Farms was started with the love of our family dogs in mind. These are our actual dogs on the left, Gersey (German Shepard), Maui (Black Lab), Marley (Australian Shepard). Gbay Farms, is an organic farm located in Port Severn, Ontario. Our dogs have enjoyed our Naturally Dehydrated Black Angus Beef treats since they were puppies and they still enjoy them everyday.
When we started Gbay farms, we knew from our farming experience with cattle, we could make healthy, nutritious treats for our dogs. In the process of making dehydrated beef treats, we soon realized the benefits of our product over store bought so called healthy treats. We now realize that we can change the industry through positive innovation that is good for pets!
Why Black Angus Beef Hearts?
Heart. The heart is rich in folate, iron, zinc, and selenium. It is also a great source of vitamins B2, B6, and B12, all three of which are in a group known as B-complex vitamins. B vitamins found in organ meats have a cardioprotective effect, meaning they protect against heart disease.
No Added Harmones
The labels “raised without added hormones,” “no hormones administered” or “no synthetic hormones” all mean that the animal received no synthetic hormones.
Beef cattle are often given steroids to increase and speed growth. Common steroids include: Natural steroids like estradiol, testosterone, and progesterone.
NO ANTI-BIOTICS (RWA)
It means that when you buy beef labeled Local Angus RWA your product comes with three promises. It is always: R(aised) W(ithout): A(ntibiotics) A(dded Hormones) A(nimal By-Products)
Federally Inspected Beef
Meat inspectors examine meat products, such as beef, pork, seafood, poultry, etc., before packaging to ensure it is safe and that the processing follows quality-assurance regulations. Their work requires them to inspect live animals, game or poultry for any sign of disease.
"The main purpose of meat inspection is to prevent and detect public health hazards such as foodborne pathogens or chemical contaminants in meat. Traditionally, inspection techniques (visual, palpatory and by incision) for the presence of gross lesions, bruises or broken bones have satisfied public health objectives.
Norma introduced us to Gbay farms, and my dogs absolutely love and will do anything for there Black Angus Beef Hearts. The popular supermarket treats, they would just gobble them up and I have always wanted to find a natural alternative. What is amazing, is there prices are similar to the ones that have fillers and junk.
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I purchased my first bag of dog treats from Teya at a local farmers market this summer, and this has been the best find ever. There is nothing like this on the market and Bruno cant get enough of them. So happy I found you!
Black Angus Beef treats are Molly's favorite treats, especially the beef hearts. They have little to no fat and nice and crispy for her. I was shocked when I asked my vet about feeding her natural beef hearts, and the response was overwhelming positive.
I prefer her to eat these treats because they are healthy and inexpensive. Happy you asked me to write a review Teya!