Please do not formulate your week's batches that way. The current beta version of PDD was designed to create balanced meals per day. Once you have a meal perfectly balanced for a day, then you would use the Batch Report to make batches. This is the correct way to do it. We cannot guarantee that the way you are approaching it is valid.
The next update will make balancing for batches easier.
While most healthy dogs make some Vitamin K, there are times when they do not. Vitamin K was added as a requirement to dog and cat nutrition back in 1985 as a precaution. There is evidence that dogs do better with supplementation of Vitamin K provided in foods or as a supplement. The form of Vitamin K listed by NRC is Menadione. Only a minor form of this vitamin is converted to the biologically active menaquinone-4 (MK-4). Vitamin K is very important for vitamin-K dependent clotting factors, vitamin-K dependent skeletal proteins, and other vitamin-K dependent proteins.
All the nutrients that are listed by NRC, and in PDD, are needed for optimal health
Hello again. Thank you for your reply.
It's only a temporary thing I am doing to see what is missing in his diet, I only recently purchased PDD and am still in the process of properly balancing his meals, once I have it balanced over the course of a week, I will break it down to 7 individual recipes, one for each day of the week, and try to get each day balanced.
Thank you for the information on Vitamin K, it is very good to know. The problem I am having it seems I would need to add a LOT of leafy greens and herbs to get the Vit K to 100% so I suppose I will have to supplement it?
Again, thank you.