Episode 6: Meat Meal

Mystery meat! A disgusting idea for a person, but a scrumptious offering for a pet? Meal meal doesn't deserve its scary reputation, and it is actually more balanced than a block of ground beef from the supermarket.

Nicole and Jez talk about what actually is in meat and bone meal, and why that isn't as scary as it sounds.





Citations

Funaba M, Oka Y, Kobayashi S, et al. Evaluation of meat meal, chicken meal, and corn gluten meal as dietary sources of protein in dry cat food. Can J Vet Res. 2005;69(4):299-304.

Raditic, D., Remillard, R. and Tater, K., 2010. ELISA testing for common food antigens in four dry dog foods used in dietary elimination trials*. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 95(1), pp.90-97.

Sen, A., Santra, A. and Karim, S., 2004. Carcass yield, composition and meat quality attributes of sheep and goat under semiarid conditions. Meat Science, 66(4), pp.757-763.

Seong, P., Park, K., Cho, S., Kang, S., Kang, G., Park, B., Moon, S. and Ba, H., 2014. Characterization of Edible Pork By-products by Means of Yield and Nutritional Composition. Korean Journal for Food Science of Animal Resources, 34(3), pp.297-306.

Thompson, A., 2008. Ingredients: Where Pet Food Starts. Topics in Companion Animal Medicine, 23(3), pp.127-132.


The Tiny Vet Podcast

By Dr Nicole Su & Jez Watts



A very small podcast about big animal issues. Weekly episodes hosted by Dr Nicole Su (BSc. BVMS MANZCVS Unusual Pets).

Dr Nicole Su is a veterinarian, Jez Watts is a comedian-biotechnologist, and together they discuss commonly misunderstood topics in the pet and vet world. They live with three rabbits who are their children.

Presented by Upilio Pty Ltd.

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