Economy Beef & Chicken

Please note: product packaging for your order may vary from the illustration, as our new packaging will be introduced over the next few weeks.

Our economy beef and chicken mince is a budget friendly complementary feed for working and assistance dogs, which can be combined with other ingredients such as fruit, vegetables and raw bones to make a balanced home prepared raw meal. It  is slightly chunkier in texture than our other ranges. This is also known as our breeders range.

  • Both chicken and beef are good sources of protein which supports growth and muscle mass
  • Chicken is a good source of natural glucosamine and chondroitin to support  joints
  • Chicken also contains Omega 3 & 6 essential fatty acids for the coat, skin and joints
  • Bone which contains calcium and phosphorus is important for strong bones and teeth
  • Beef contains a substantial amount of L-carnitine, which positively impacts the performance and recovery of dogs after exercise
  • Available in 24 x 454g packs


  • British Beef
  • British chicken
  • includes bone

Feeding Suggestion

This is a complementary product. Feed your adult dog between 2 & 3% of it’s ideal body weight to maintain a healthy condition. We recommend feeding a variation of our products, supplemented with fruit, vegetables and raw bones to provide a healthy, natural and balanced diet.

  • Albion icon Free from artificial colouring, fillers, preservatives, additives, grains or cereals.
  • Albion icon Responsibly sourced human grade quality British meat

Frozen From Fresh

Albion raw meat products are frozen from fresh to maintain quality and flavour.

Thaw before feeding

Thaw before feeding in a sealed container. Once thawed keep in a refrigerator and use within 24 hours of opening.

Handling raw meat

Always clean bowl and work surfaces after use. Wash hands thoroughly after handling raw meat.



Analytical Constituents Per 100g:

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We only use the finest meats, vegetables and fruits in our farm-to-bowl ranges