Fridgeless Raw Feeding III

This is the last part of our fridgeless raw feeding experiment. The first two parts can be found here and here.

The last half chicken has now been buried for 15 days. This is what it looks like just fresh from the ground.

The grass, by the way, has been in the hole for 5 days and still looks a lovely green. So that keeps good in there as well.

As you can’t really see much of the chicken with all that dirt on (note to self: use more grass to cover the meat next time) I washed this one.

The dog can’t wait. It has to smell delicious for canine noses.

And that’s what half a chicken looks like, after 15 days in an earth hole. There’s still some dirt on in, but you get the idea.

And the other side:

It does attract tons of flies.

But it has become Kali’s new favourite food. And she gives 4 paws up for meat holes!

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