Raw Beef Topper, Freeze Dried (6 oz.)

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  • made from our own grass-fed Colorado Angus Beef
  • freeze-dried to preserve, no refrigeration required
  • no antibiotics, preservatives, fillers, grain, color, or additives
  • packaged in recyclable, resealable zip-lock bag
  • ideal for picky eaters to enrich other dog foods
  • 1 x 6 oz. bag equals 1.5 lb. of lean meat


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Only ingredient: 100% Grass-Fed Black Angus Lean Beef
Each 6 oz. bag equals 24 oz (1.5 lb.) of raw meat.
We own about 50-70 head of black Angus Beef. Our cows graze on 500 acres in the Hidden Valley at Lake Totten in Cortez, Colorado. During the winter months, we feed them grass & alfalfa hay.
We only use very lean raw beef for our dog treats. The meat is cut, shock frozen and freeze-dried for 30+ hours. Freeze drying causes no damage to the nutritional value of fresh food. The freeze-drying process removes any moisture from the meat so it will stay good for many months without any preservatives.
What’s Grass-Fed Beef?
When you think of beef cattle, you probably think of cows, grazing on a pasture or munching on a haybale. But that’s not how it usually works.
Most beef cows live the first few months of their lives in a pasture feeding on grass. Grain-fed cows are then moved to a feedlot where they are fattened with corn and soy. They are given antibiotics and growth hormones and have limited exercise, so they gain weight faster than grass-finished beef cows.
Grass-fed cattle only feed on grass or hay and are never fed any grain or given growth hormones.
Most beef used in dog food and treats is from cows that are grain-fed, not grass-fed.
Is there a nutritional difference?
Yes! Grass-fed beef contains up to five times as much omega-3 as grain-fed beef. Dogs need high amounts of omega-3 because they can’t produce it on their own. What they eat is the sole source of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids help support dogs’ hearts, joints, coasts, skin, and immune systems. Grass-fed beef also contains about twice as much Conjugated Linoleic Acid as grain-fed beef, which supports weight management and the development of lean muscle mass in dogs.
Grass-fed beef contains higher amounts of nutrients, like vitamin A, which supports optimal canine health, and vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant. Grass-fed beef tends to be richer in other antioxidants as well.
Most people do not like the look of raw meat, so I didn’t add any pictures here but you are welcome to text me at (970)882-3299 if you would like to see additional pictures or if you have any questions about our homemade beef treats.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 10 × 2 in



  1. Linda Wejnert

    I am so happy to have learned that RMBT has produced an all beef puppy and dog treat with the same quality and high integrity that they apply to the breeding of their dogs. I have purchased two puppies and I am diligent about giving them the best products that I can. When you read the content of how these treats are produced, you are confident that you’re giving a superior product! Equally important is how much your puppy or dog will love it. All I have to do is shake the bag and my dog is on his hind legs dancing around for it! I’ll continue to buy it and look forward to any additional products! Thank you for being a breeder who’s committed to fostering and sustaining good health in their puppies beyond the time that they leave their care.

  2. Andrea Zasoski (verified owner)

    This beef topper is wonderful. All I have to do is sprinkle a little on my girls’ kibble and they clean their plates. They go crazy for it! As an over-protective mom, I appreciate that there is one ingredient: grass fed beef. If you read the labels of other raw food toppers out there, you will discover that they always have additives and the “beef” is a combination of different animal parts. I can trust this to be safe and healthy for my biewer babies. I highly recommend giving it a try.

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