Near the end of the 14th century, Gaston III, the eleventh Count of Foix Count in Southwestern France and an avid hunter, wrote a book in which he described how his beloved greyhounds were to be cared for. This included reference to what they were to be fed: bran bread, some of the meat from the hunt, and if the dog was sick, goat’s milk, bean broth, chopped meat or buttered eggs.
In common households during the middle ages and through the mid-19th centuries however, little consideration was given to feeding dogs, as a dog’s diet was much like that of its owners, consisting of whatever owners could spare, such as knuckles of bone, cabbage, potatoes, onions and crusts of bread. In the mid-1800’s, a dog or cat’s diet may have been more slightly more varied in cities where it was common for people to purchase horse meat for their pets, as working horses would die in the city streets.
Pet Food Extruding Line focus on the production of feeds or pets with high nutritional value but low production cost. This line adopts particular process technology, and the final products have fashion shape, special tastes and scientific nutrition.
Q: Why us Darin?
Darin: With more than 10 years experience in designing and manufacturing food machines, Darin feels proud and confident to introduce our machines to you and your esteemed company as one of the most competitive supplier in this business. What we strive to do all the time is providing innovative machines for our customers.
Q: How to get a proper quotation with good price?
Darin: Contact us directly and provide as more information as you can, like the product pictures, weight, capacity, voltage and frequency of the motor requested, delivery date if there's urgently need. Quotation will be sent to your inbox immediately once everything is clear.
Q: When will the machines be shipped?
Darin: Normally around 45 working days.
Darin packs the machine with export standard fumigation wooden cases, which is strong ans suitable for long-distance and multi-times loading & unloading by forklift.