Nutrisource Food Good Or Bad?

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I'm trying to find a new dry food for my cats, something that is affordable, but also good, and that I can get locally if at all possible. I live in out in the country so the closest actual pet store is roughly 2 hours from me, so that limits me to pretty much grocery store or a small farm feed shop locally (a half hour drive away). Anyways, one food that sounds ok and is reasonably priced that they sell in town is NutriSource. I bought a bag to try with my cats and they seems to love it but I can't really find much about it. Does anyone else feed it and/or have tried it and could give me some personal input?
 

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Just bumping this up for you since you haven't received any responses so far.

I did find this thread where the original poster WAS feeding this food: First time doing wet food. Maybe you could ask her in HER thread what she thought of it.
 

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I'm trying to find a new dry food for my cats, something that is affordable, but also good, and that I can get locally if at all possible. I live in out in the country so the closest actual pet store is roughly 2 hours from me, so that limits me to pretty much grocery store or a small farm feed shop locally (a half hour drive away). Anyways, one food that sounds ok and is reasonably priced that they sell in town is NutriSource. I bought a bag to try with my cats and they seems to love it but I can't really find much about it. Does anyone else feed it and/or have tried it and could give me some personal input?
This looks fine. It's grain-free, potato-free, carrageenan-free, and has meat listed as the first ingredient. Seems higher quality than most of the food they sell in the pet supply store in my town. Some of TCS's nutrition experts might be able to give you more info :thumbsup:
 

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NutriSource is a good brand. I sell quite a bit of it at my work. I'm guessing you are feeding the Cat and Kitten Chicken and Rice? If so, it's a pretty good formula. It has no Corn, Wheat or Soy. It's usually one that cats like as it is pretty tasty.
 

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Purina Beyond is a good kibble (zero corn, zero wheat, zero soy)that is available is some supermarkets in North America. If you have no objections to fish flavors try Purina Beyond Superfood Blend (herring).
 
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NutriSource is a good brand. I sell quite a bit of it at my work. I'm guessing you are feeding the Cat and Kitten Chicken and Rice? If so, it's a pretty good formula. It has no Corn, Wheat or Soy. It's usually one that cats like as it is pretty tasty.
I got the Cat and Kitten, chicken, salmon, and liver, the person at the feed store said they sell that the most, but I can always try the chicken and rice or even rotate between the two flavors if they like it.

Purina Beyond is a good kibble (zero corn, zero wheat, zero soy)that is available is some supermarkets in North America. If you have no objections to fish flavors try Purina Beyond Superfood Blend (herring).
I don't think I've seen that anywhere one up here yet (it's not even listed on Purina's Canada site). I've see Purina one and Purina pro plan, and of course cat chow.
 
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