Well my first time making soup didnt go as planned. I bought a new blender and all the ingredients for the soup today. When I got home and went to blend up the raw meat the blender started smoking. Now I only have partial soup.
Post by abbeytheferret6 on Nov 16, 2021 23:46:51 GMT -5
Yes. if you r wanting to make soupie, you can use using human grade bone meal instead of bone. U can use KAL bone meal powder or something like that. Most often I used eggshells (dried over night) that I ground up in a cheap coffee bean grinder(Walmarts). I wished I could have afforded a grinder or I would have done that. It would have been perfect.
I have put skinned and gutted mouse and rats in my Bullet before:) I have also put cut up quail in Bullet-----but please, please run your finger all through soupie of quail---I have found some nasty needle like bones. You think it is all ground up and there they r.
Usually younger ferrets will eat chipped up bits of meat---but if not, do soupie. My baby from Petco thoroughly enjoyed gnawing on chicken wings. Of course you can always leave a piece of meat in cage overnight to see if an older ferret will take the bait. Most likely not, but I have been surprised by a story here and there. Usually it is the one year olds or thereabouts.
first time I tried soup i just put meat in and it ended up a mess wrapped around the blade. so you should try some water in there. I switched to purchased grinds (turkey and chicken) and added supplements.