It does seem a bit pricey; however, most of the raw prepared diets are around that price. $3.00/4.00/lb. K9 Kravings is a little cheaper in my area (San Diego area). One supplier can get K9 Kravings chicken/turkey and some others for about $2.00/lb. You are probably better off to get the grinder and make your own. Am not too excited about them adding their own vit/min mixture; and they do not mention which one it is or the breakdown.
On the upside, I do feed and use pork products for my guys, I do freeze them first for a while usually not too long maybe a month or so; then feed. Guess I am lucky I have not had any problems with it and pork neck bones and usually pretty soft even my 14 year old girl can eat them and she is missing half her teeth.
I stay away from the small rib bones, use larger beef rib bones and when meat is off bones pick up and throw away. But I stay away from smaller pork rib bones. FOr your info only. Nan