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1) OUR SECRET?

The Barnie's secret is our SPECIAL GLAZING makes us so different from traditional kibble. The special glaze makes our compelling product to your 4-legged friend because the meat is external and does not undergo heat treatment, therefore, is not changed as that found in traditional dog food. This makes it highly digestible and easy to digest with a visible reduction of stool present in large quantities in low quality kibble.

2) WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BARNIE'S AND A TRADITIONAL CHRUNCHY?

Barnies is accomplished with a simple system where each element is processed selectively to not alter the nutritional properties; a different system from the traditional healthy and natural dog food that are extruded at high temperatures where the animal component undergoes changes due to heat treatment. All this takes place with barnies not just because the meat is not altered during this processing cycle. That's why choose barnies !!!
 
3) WHAT DOES IT MEAN SELECTIVE EXTRUSION?

selective extrusion is the best system of processing of products for dogs and cats because cooks the vegetable component separately from other raw materials such as fats, meat and vitamins, which are added at a later stage. "

4) WHY THE CORN IN SOME PRODUCTS BARNIE'S IS THE FIRST ELEMENT OF COMPOSITION?

The croquettes are composed of a plant component and an animal; the animal component never fails to be greater than this plant because of the technical limitations of the classical extruders. The extrusion requires a variable proportion of carbohydrates to obtain a compact and resistant croquette. From what we can deduce that the first ingredient is always the plant all this when viewed in macro sets, that is, adding the plants in all 'inside of kibble, let's take a practical example:
30% meat, 25% corn, 24% rice, meat is the first place because it is a 30% majority share of the product, but if the two sommassimo vegetable meat would be in second place behind the 49% corn and rice;
said that some of the products are monocarboidrato barnies line, that is, with a single source of carbohydrate that is corn therefore hulled corn goes to the first place because the only vegetable present.

5) IS PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE THAT THE CORN IS UNHEALTHY, IS IT TRUE?


Corn is a noble cereal, has a high digestibility and energy index, ideal for dogs and cats and is the glutein FREE par excellence. As yet there is no scientific publication that certifies the imaginary accusations against this noble cereal. Besides the corn used in barnies line it is exclusively derived from Italian mills at kilometer zero and is hulled.

6) I HAVE HEARD THAT PORK MEAT IS UNHEALTHY, IS IT TRUE?

The pork is one of the most lean and digestible meat is there and certainly the most digestible than meat routinely present in dog and cat food, is a white meat but it comes from a bird instead of a mammal that are often victims of avian diseases. The pork was defined in the past as a meat unfit for dog because it was served raw and could be vector of different parasitic diseases and this marked a bad name in its past, but if it worked this does not happen and it becomes one of the best meat usable suited to Pet.

7) WHY THERE ARE NOT MENTIONED PERCENT IN THE COMPOSITION?


To understand the reasons for the lack of such information must take into account the type of product. We will explain better, the traditional croquettes are extruded all together in a single mixture where the proportion between the various components remains the same regardless of the size of the kibble and the amount observed. Barnies is a selective extruded and defines frosted because the meat covers the surface of the vegetable croquette same, as reported in the packaging the product is subject to demixing, ie the component of the glaze is not homogeneous on all then a croquette croquettes might contain more glaze with respect to another; from here you can sense that you can not state the exact percentage of the ratio of these ingredients.