Let's open it up and see what it is.
Mmmm, dog food
About 150 lbs of dog food. 60 lbs of prepared frozen blocks that the butcher makes. The rest was beef liver, kidney and heart. Pork bones and feet. Pork offal.
I scored with the pork offal! $10 for 20+ lbs. Liver, tongue, and a few unidentified bags. It was frozen, and a bit hard to tell what some of it was.
Jake offered to help me unload.
I spent nearly an hour at a local small butcher shop today. The kind were the floor is concrete, and you can see into the back where they are cutting up a side of beef. They pull open the big freezer door and wheel out wire baskets full of brown paper wrapped meat. It's the time of year that people that have raised their own beef, for themselves and others, are having it killed and cut and wrapped. It was very busy at the shop, and it took a while for them to gather everything for me. It's a good time to stock up on the organ meats, as there are usually plenty, with all the custom cutting and wrapping they are doing. I guess some people don't take the organs. Bonus for me, or maybe I should say Calli, Jake and Luna. Smudge eats little bits of it too, and we've finally convinced Nelson to have a taste as well.
The freezer is full.
The dogs had pig's trotters for supper.