Prey-model raw. I get 90% of my stuff from a great butcher shop just down the street from where I am. Another raw-feeder I know tipped me off about it, and I know many others must use it in my area as well because one of the great things about this butchers shop is they let nothing go to waste, as in anything they don't use for their regular meat they grind up and sell as 'dog meat' for 85 cents a pound. But it is good meat, just varies as in the animal/s it came from and the amount of fat and organ mixed up with it. Otherwise, I buy lot's of different meat there, including chicken, turkey, lamb, pork, beef and fish. I say only 90% of my meat comes from there because sometimes I like to bring home raw meat from different ethnic stores I find that sell stuff like rabbit and elk. Basically, my dog is 48 lbs so he could survive on less than $30 worth of raw meat per month. Because he's so spoiled though and I buy all these different specialty meats when I can, it usually ends up to being more like $45 a month. Keeping in mind though that I only have the one dog. If I owned any more, I'd be much more frugal. I also add to his diet the same free-range eggs from the fridge that I eat, as well as sometimes pumpkin if he's getting a lot of bone one day. I love feeding raw because I have a lot of confidence in that my dog is getting the best diet I can provide for him, as I have seen first-hand the difference that feeding raw can make in a dog.