We make available to the public the supply chain, inventory and production details about our products. This post contains information from a specific product production run.  More information about our product production logs is here.

Inventory and Production Notes

This is the production log for Peak Power Bone Broth produced on this date.  Notes are as follows:

  • Lot code:  4/11/18; Expiration:  4/11/19.
  • 26 hours cook time – 3.5 hrs cool time before transfer to glass jars.

Ingredient Inputs

Pork Bones

  • From All About Nature purchased with ground pork half hog on June 26 2017.
  • Transported by All About Nature to The Light of Dog Farm and remained in freezers at The Light of Dog Farm.

Beef Marrow

  • From Pine Cliff Ranch purchased with whole beef order in December 2016.
  • Processed at Elizabeth Locker and picked up at the facility and transported to The Light of Dog Farm and remained in freezers at The Light of Dog Farm.

Beef Oxtail

  • From Pine Cliff Ranch purchased with whole beef order in December 2016.
  • Processed at Elizabeth Locker and picked up at the facility and transported to The Light of Dog Farm and remained in freezers at The Light of Dog Farm.

Packaging Inputs

  • 32-ounce glass jars from Fillmore Container
  • 16-ounce glass jars from Fillmore Container
  • Main label is Avery brand from Amazon.
  • Labels are not biodegradeable and ink is not plant-based; we hope to move to biodegradeable labels in 2018.

Equipment Inputs

  • Logistics:  we use gas-powered vehicles for pick up of ingredients.
  • The Light of Dog Kitchen, freezers, refrigerators, cooking containers, utensils, weight scale:  please see this post on Dog Food Production and Processing Equipment at The Light of Dog Farm.

Resource Inputs/Outputs

  • Water: no additional water is added to the product; we are on well-water and are chlorine and fluoride free.  Click here for most recent well water test.
  • Electricity: supplied by IREA.  We are not yet on solar/wind.
  • Recycling: we separate trash items for recycling.
  • Ingredient waste:  we feed any ingredient waste or excess to our chickens or it gets composted and used in our farming.

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