BARF stands for Biologically Appropriate Raw Food or Bones and Raw Food. It refers to a balanced raw diet that contains vegetables and/or fruits/superfoods.

Here are the key components of a BARF diet:

  • Muscle meat: This forms the majority of the diet, providing protein and fat. Chicken, beef, lamb, turkey and fish are common sources.
  • Offal: Livers, kidneys, and are rich in essential nutrients like vitamins and minerals. 
  • Bones: Edible bones provide calcium, phosphorus.
  • Fruits and vegetables: These offer additional vitamins, minerals, and fiber. They might be included in small amounts (5-20%)

Majority of B.A.R.F recipes are FEDIAF complete. Read about FEDIAF in our FAQ section.

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