Duck, Chicken, Turkey
13.5 lb box, 20 lb box, 5 lb bag, 9.75 lb box
Steve's Real Food frozen turducken recipe has a high protein and low-fat content. The mix of turkey, duck, and chicken provides a highly-palatable raw pet food that has wide-ranging nutritional benefits. It is made from vegetarian-fed, free-range poultry, complete and balanced for all stages of life, and can be fed to both dogs and cats. The turducken diet is a BARF formulation composed of 80% meat/organ/bone, 15% produce, and 5% value-added ingredients such as green lipped mussel, coconut oil, and raw goat milk to provide your pet everything they need WITHOUT the use of synthetic vitamin packs.
Duck, Chicken, Turkey
13.5 lb box, 20 lb box, 5 lb bag, 9.75 lb box
Ground Turkey, Turkey Liver, Turkey Heart, Ground Chicken, Broccoli, Ground Duck, Chicken Liver, Apples, Romaine Lettuce, Celery, Goat’s Milk, Sesame Seed, Chia Seed, Coconut Oil, New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel, Taurine, Salmon Oil, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Inulin, Ground Eggshell
Our turkey comes from a family farm in California. The turkeys roam freely, are given enrichment activities, and are raised on a non-GMO, biologically appropriate diet. Our chickens come from an 8-generation family farm in Washington and Oregon that introduced "No Antibiotics Ever Chicken." The farm raises free-range chickens and is Non-GMO Project verified. Our delicious red-meat duck hails from Maple Leaf Farms, providing top-quality White Pekin Duck to America's finest chefs. The ducks are free to roam in a cage-free environment and are never given growth hormones or antibiotics. They have access to climate-controlled barns to protect them during the cold Indiana winters. When the ducks are harvested, the farm attempts to utilize every part of the animal so nothing goes to waste. The feathers are sent to make pillows and blankets, and the meat gets added to our tasty pet food. The produce is sourced from the Pacific Northwest, and our goat milk comes from a family farm in Gaston, Oregon. Steve's Real Food is committed to working with family farms that share our belief in sustainable farming free from added hormones, antibiotics, and pesticides. Read more about our ingredients.
|Vitamin A||13600||IU/kg||Niacin (B3)||76||mg/kg|
|Vitamin D||2905||IU/kg||Pyridoxine (B6)||1.6||mg/kg|
|Vitamin E||65.6||IU/kg||Folic Acid||1.6||mg/kg|
|Thiamine (B1)||3.1||mg/kg||Vitamin B12||0.7||mg/kg|
Use our feeding calculator as a starting point for your pet. Each four-legged friend will metabolize food differently based on their activity level, breed, age, etc.
Keep food frozen until ready to serve. When defrosting, place in the refrigerator overnight in an air-tight container.
Treat raw pet food with the same care as handling raw meat for your consumption. Always wash everything that comes in contact with raw meat.
Each 13.5 lb box has a bag containing 27 patties.
Each patty weighs 8oz (½ pound)
Each 20 lb box has two individually sealed 10lb bags, with 20 patties each (40 patties total).
Each 9.75 lb box contains two 4.875 lb bags
About 4oz of nuggets fit into a 1 cup measuring cup. This will vary due to the nuggets varying in size.
We suggest leaving the food in an airtight container in the fridge overnight to let the frozen food defrost, and giving it to your pet the next day. You can portion the food out for the week in containers, and it will stay good in the fridge for up to 4 days.
Yes, we suggest leaving the food in an airtight container overnight to let the frozen food defrost, and giving it to your pet the next day. You can portion the food out for the week in containers, and it will stay good in the fridge for up to 4 days. You can also pour warm water over the food before serving.
No, we don’t suggest cooking the food as high heat breaks down beneficial nutrients and because the food contains bone.
A turducken is a deboned turkey, stuffed with a deboned chicken, stuffed with a deboned duck. This triple bird dish commonly has stuffing in between each layer of meat. Turducken is in high demand around Thanksgiving and was popularized in the 1990s by the NFL’s Coach, John Madden.
Our Turducken recipe for dogs is a mix of turkey meat, turkey organs, chicken meat, chicken organs, duck meat, produce, and superfoods all mixed together into one tasty pet food!
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My Golden Retriever puppies love the Turducken patties! The do their little spin dance when it’s time to eat! The ingredients are wonderful as well.
Catherine /AikoTheExplorer –
I usually buy single protein ingredient for their food, but i really want them to try variety of flavor so i would know which ones they like best. I was surprised that my dogs like this so well. They are so picky.
Brandy Edmonds –
The turducken formula is one of my dogs favorites! I love that Steve’s offers such a variety of proteins. The ingredients are fantastic and my dogs go crazy for it!
Kristina Ippolito –
The turkducken nuggets are a fan favorite in our house. The dogs go nuts when they see the bag come out of the freezer. It makes me happy that they love a food that is so wholesome. I feel great about feeding them turkducken nuggets! It’s easy to serve and portion !
one of my favorite diets to feed, my dogs do well on it and love it!
Hanna Kadinger @lifewithlunamae –
We love the turkducken recipe! So fun to be able to get three proteins in one balanced diet. It’s a must in our Steve’s rotation!
April H. –
Besides the prey model formulas, the Turkducken is my dog’s favorite! I love how Steve’s uses all real ingredients instead of supplementing with synthetic vitamins.
turkey, duck, and chicken Mixed into one?! Steve’s knocked another formula out of the park with this one. Nothing beats giving your dog a variety of protein!
My foster dog came to me with mange and horrible ear infections. Adding some raw turducken nuggets to her food has not only helped her skin tremendously, but she’s even more excited for mealtime
Marisa Geubtner –
Turkey Duck and Chicken what could be better?! Our Boston Terriers go crazy for this formula, and the patties make feeding super simple too.
I love adding this into my flavor rotation. They dogs love their Steve’s but can get board eating the same flavor all the time. Whenever I add the Turducken they gobble it down! Definitely a hit at our house!
Taylor E –
I love this Turkducken flavor and my dogs do too! It's great to add in a more novel protein to their raw food diet but with the familiar taste of turkey as well. Even my picky eater loves this protein flavor!
My girl with IBD thrives on this food! So glad we found something that works with her IBD
My Weimaraner has severe IBD and we could not find a food that works. And here we are no foster healthy as can be, thanks to Steve’s 🙌🏽
My dogs love Steve’s! Turducken is their favorite flavor, although we rotate through all of them regularly. Feeding Steve’s has really helped give my dogs lean muscle and a soft healthy coat
Cathie H –
The Turducken is one of my pup’s favorite flavors! I also like that I can periodically rotate his protein to add variety. I love Steve’s wholesome ingredients in their products especially their goat’s milk, green lipped mussels and ground eggshells!
My dog love Steve’s frozen raw food! We love that Steve’s makes feeding raw so easy and I dont have to worry if my dog is getting the right nutrition!
Taylor Brower –
A nice easy way to add variety to your raw fed dog's diet! I like to mix it up because who likes to have one single thing everyday this gives me the ability to add different proteins without opening 3 boxes!
Megan Carpenter –
We love this option with having multiple proteins in one! Willow loves turducken and Steve’s making feeding raw so easy!