The History of the Grain
10,000 years ago. It’s the Neolithic Revolution. Prehistoric humans are starting to do less hunting and gathering, and more planting and growing grains like chia seeds, quinoa, amaranth, grain sorghum, millet, barley, oats, and wheat varieties like freekah, farro, einkorn, and emmer. Grains like quinoa and amaranth were considered sacred to the Incan and Aztec people respectively, and Farro, an ancient wheat decedent, is referred to in the Old Testament.
These are the Ancient Grains.
They’re a group of grains and pseudocereals with historically unchanged genetic makeups, and they’re experiencing a big comeback. Simply put, ancient grains are the original non-gmo foods.
Ancient Grains in Dog Food
As more folks notice the link between eating gluten, and stomach troubles, non-gmo, gluten-free foods are hot.
But the same thing is happening when it comes to dog food.
Dog food isn’t all that different from human food. At least it shouldn’t be, anyway. But, unfortunately, some brands fall short of providing kibble with healthy ingredients a dog needs.
Start treating your dog better by switching to Taste of the Wild’s Ancient Grain blends.
Visit www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com/taste-of-the-wild/ancient-grains/ for more information. Then, head over to your local Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply to pick up a bag for your dog.