So I am currently looking into transitioning my dog onto a raw food diet using the BARF model. The only thing that I do not understand is how to get the bone content right as I am slightly confused. So 10% of the diet is bone, lets just say that 10% of the diet is 50 grams... in real life the following stats are not the case but I will just use them to keep things simple. So... 50 grams of bone is needed. Lets then say I feed a duck neck that weighs 50 grams, and the bone content of this duck neck is 40%, this would mean that 20 grams is bone and 30 grams is the meat around it, right? So, have I really fed the 10% bone that is needed in the diet or do I need to feed 2 and a half duck necks in order to actually reach this 10% bone mark? In that case, would this also mean that the 30 grams of meat covering the duck neck contributes to the 70% muscle meat that is needed? So by feeding 2 and a half duck necks I have fed 50 grams of bone (10% of the diet) and 75 grams of meat (which makes for around 21% of the 70% meat content of the diet) Is this correct? The above does seem to make much more sense to me however I am unsure if this is actually the right way to go and of course it is crucial to get the balance right, so it is really important that I know exactly what I am doing when it comes to the raw meaty bones and any help will be appreciated. Thankyou!!