Bil-Jac Grain Free Dog Food (Dry)

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Rating: ★★★☆☆

Bil-Jac Grain Free Dog Food receives the Advisor’s mid-tier rating of 3 stars.

The Bil-Jac Grain Free product line lists one dry recipe, a recipe claimed to meet AAFCO nutrient guidelines for all life stages.

Bil-Jac Grain Free Adult

Dry Dog Food

Estimated Dry Matter Nutrient Content

Protein = 33% | Fat = 17% | Carbs = 42%

Ingredients: Chicken, pea starch, pea flour, dried beet pulp, menhaden fish meal, brewers dried yeast, pea fiber, salt, sodium propionate (a preservative), dl-methionine, choline chloride, l-lysine, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, vitamin E supplement, l-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of vitamin C), zinc proteinate, zinc oxide, copper proteinate, vitamin A acetate, copper sulfate, niacin supplement, biotin, sodium selenite, d-calcium pantothenate, inositol, manganese proteinate, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), mixed tocopherols and BHA (preservatives), manganous oxide, cobalt proteinate, cobalt carbonate, vitamin D3 supplement, potassium iodide, folic acid, rosemary extract

Fiber (estimated dry matter content) = 5.6%

Red items indicate controversial ingredients

Estimated Nutrient Content
MethodProteinFatCarbs
Guaranteed Analysis30%15%NA
Dry Matter Basis33%17%42%
Calorie Weighted Basis29%35%36%
Protein = 29% | Fat = 35% | Carbs = 36%

The first ingredient in this dog food is chicken. Although it is a quality item, raw chicken contains about 80% water. After cooking, most of that moisture is lost, reducing the meat content to just a fraction of its original weight.

After processing, this item would probably account for a smaller part of the total content of the finished product.

The second ingredient is pea starch, a paste-like, gluten-free carbohydrate extract probably used here as a binder for making kibble. Aside from its energy content (calories), pea starch is of only modest nutritional value to a dog.

The third ingredient is pea flour, a powder made from roasted yellow peas. Pea flour contains as much as 25% protein, a factor that must be considered when judging the meat content of this dog food.

The fourth ingredient is beet pulp. Beet pulp is a controversial ingredient, a high fiber by-product of sugar beet processing.

Some denounce beet pulp as an inexpensive filler while others cite its outstanding intestinal health and blood sugar benefits.

We only call your attention here to the controversy and believe the inclusion of beet pulp in reasonable amounts in most dog foods is entirely acceptable.

The fifth ingredient is menhaden fish meal. Because it is considered a meat concentrate, fish meal contains almost 300% more protein than fresh fish itself.

Menhaden are small ocean fish related to herring. They’re rich in protein and omega-3 fatty acids. What’s more, in their mid-depth habitat, menhaden are not exposed to mercury contamination as can be typical with deep water species.

This item is typically obtained from the “clean, dried, ground tissue of undecomposed whole fish and fish cuttings” of commercial fish operations.1

The sixth ingredient is brewers yeast, which can be a controversial item. Although it’s a by-product of the beer making process, this ingredient is rich in minerals and other healthy nutrients.

Fans believe yeast repels fleas and supports the immune system.

Critics argue yeast ingredients can be linked to allergies. This may be true, but (like all allergies) only if your particular dog is allergic to the yeast itself.

In addition, a vocal minority insists yeast can increase the risk of developing the life-threatening condition known as bloat. However, this is a claim we’ve not been able to scientifically verify.

In any case, unless your dog is specifically allergic to it, yeast can still be considered a nutritious additive.

What’s more noteworthy here is that brewers yeast contains about 48% protein, a factor that must be considered when judging the actual meat content of this dog food.

The seventh ingredient is pea fiber, a mixture of both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber derived from pea hulls. Aside from the usual benefits of fiber, this agricultural by-product provides no other nutritional value to a dog.

The eighth ingredient is salt (also known as sodium chloride). Salt is a common additive in many dog foods. That’s because sodium is a necessary mineral for all animals — including humans.

However, since the actual amount of salt added to this recipe isn’t disclosed on the list of ingredients, it’s impossible to judge the nutritional value of this item.

From here, the list goes on to include a number of other items.

But to be realistic, ingredients located this far down the list (other than nutritional supplements) are not likely to affect the overall rating of this product.

With three notable exceptions

First, we find no mention of probiotics, friendly bacteria applied to the surface of the kibble after processing to help with digestion.

Next, this food contains chelated minerals, minerals that have been chemically attached to protein. This makes them easier to absorb. Chelated minerals are usually found in better dog foods.

And lastly, this food is preserved with BHA, a suspected cancer-causing agent.

Bil-Jac Grain Free Dog Food
The Bottom Line

Judging by its ingredients alone, Bil-Jac Grain Free Dog Food looks like an average dry product.

But ingredient quality by itself cannot tell the whole story. We still need to estimate the product’s meat content before determining a final rating.

The dashboard displays a dry matter protein reading of 33%, a fat level of 17% and estimated carbohydrates of about 42%.

And a fat-to-protein ratio of about 50%.

Above-average protein. Near-average fat. And below-average carbs when compared to a typical dry dog food.

Even when you consider the protein-boosting effect of the pea flour and brewers yeast, this looks like the profile of a kibble containing a moderate amount of meat.

We like this product. However, it’s unfortunate the company chose to include BHA in its recipe. Without this controversial ingredient, we may have been compelled to award this line a higher rating.

Bottom line?

Bil-Jac Grain Free is a plant-based dry dog food using a moderate amount of menhaden fish meal as its main source of animal protein, thus earning the brand 3 stars.

Recommended.

However, BHA phobics may wish to ignore our rating and look elsewhere for another product.

Please note certain recipes are sometimes given a higher or lower rating based upon our estimate of their total meat content and (when appropriate) their fat-to-protein ratios.

Bil-Jac Dog Food
Recall History

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Notes and Updates

07/26/2016 Last Update

  1. Association of American Feed Control Officials
  • dad

    Highly recommend this food. Very easy to find, very palatable and because of the way its made very easy to digest.

  • mahoraner niall

    i never said i was an expert,

  • Bobby dog

    Hi sammybarb:
    As of 2014 these Solid Gold kibbles were manufactured by Crosswind Industries, MMillennia, Sun Dancer, Holistique Blendz, Hundchen Flocken, and Barking at the Moon; as of 2015 Fit and Fab, Wild Heart, and the new cat recipes. As of 2014 Diamond manufactured Wolf King, Wolf Cub, Hund-n-Flocken, Wee Bit, Lil Boss, Buck Wild, Star Chaser, and Sunday Sunrise for Solid Gold. They may have added or discontinued some recipes over the past few years.

    As of 3/15 Ainsworth manufactured 4Health GF Turkey, GF Beef kibbles for dogs, and GF Whitefish & Potato cat kibble. All other recipes both cat and dog were manufactured by Diamond.

    These can change, as C4c wrote below, and it’s best to contact the company directly for accurate up to date info on who they use as co-packers.

  • Crazy4cats

    I don’t think that Diamond makes all of the Solid Gold recipes. Your link is from a discussion that was 2 1/2 years ago. It seems like things are changing everyday in the pet food industry. Please make sure your information is up to date before posting.

  • Bobby dog

    Hi sammybarb:
    Blue Buffalo is a publicly traded company as of July 2015. Merrick posted information about the Nestle Purina purchase agreement on their website among other places. You can easily find this posted on their sites.

    Here’s more info:
    http://ir.bluebuffalo.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=253988&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=2066260
    http://www.merrickpetcare.com/news-center/news-releases/merrick-pet-care-announces-purchase-agreement-by-nestle-purina-petcare-company

  • mahoraner niall

    i’m 99% sure they didn’t, it would be on their website if they did (well, id assume) Also usally companies that are owned by a bigger company have a little thing at the bottom of the companies website that says something like “owned by ____” or “trade marks are owned by ____”
    And on blues website it doesn’t say that, also the company hasn’t said anything about it either. You can find it if you go to the companies web site and scroll to the bottom of the page and most of the time it is in small text,

    so i’m pretty sure that mars didn’t buy blue, although i would just email blue and ask them since some companies like to not mention it on their website, (like merrick, they don’t want to say that purina bought them or they will go out of business! (most likely, lol))

    also mars seems to be good about listing the brands they own (they added iams and eukanuba right when they bought them by what i noticed)

    Hope this helps!

  • sammybarb

    Thanks for the info! Did Mars ever take over Blue? I knew they were in talks a while ago..

  • mahoraner niall

    NESTLE : all purina brands, merrick;> castor and pollux, whole earth farms, all merrick brand products

    colgate and palmolive : all hills brands

    big heart pet brands (smuckers) : Natures recipe, natural balance, gravy train, kibbles and bits.

    MARS : Pedigree, California naturals, EVO, eukanuba, iams, nutro, royal canin, cesar, innova (discontinued).

    diamond: diamond, diamond naturals, natural balance, kirkland signature, 4health, chicken soup, solid gold, natures domain.

  • mahoraner niall

    diamond makes diamond, diamond naturals, taste of the wild, kirkland signature, chicken soup, solid gold, 4health (all except the grain free variety’s), natures domain, thats all i know

    SOURCE ; https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/forums/topic/brands-of-dog-food-made-by-diamond/

  • Cheryl, Pepper & Millie-Belle

    I had a sammy my Nicholas was soo handsome -I still miss him-he was the most gentle smart man I will ever know. Years after he was in heaven I still found white hair under a box, oh how i cried.
    I would have another but it is not fair in this heat.
    Yours are quite the threesome ,very beautiful.
    Now I am a schnauzer parent-

  • Dori

    Hey barbkohl! I guess I missed your posts from a couple of days ago. I think someone else actually answered your query. Just wanted to say I’m glad you’re back. ☺️

  • Dori

    I bet they keep you on your toes. When I lived in Jersey one of my neighbors had three of them. All three were brothers. They were absolutely gorgeous and she kept them so snowy white but she spent hours combing and brushing them out. She used to show all three of them. Your’s are beautiful. Love Samoyeds! Of course I’m allergic to animals so can only have dogs with hair.

  • barbkohl

    Thanks Cheryl, Yes, they are Samoyeds! Two are brother and sister, and one is purchased and not related. Thank you for the compliment, they are quite the crew!! They keep me on my toes!!

  • Hi Shawna,
    I am terribly sorry for your loss.
    Most of us went through it too , and I hope you find my personal story inspirational and it will help you get through that difficult times.
    I want to share with all of you reading, that even the tragic loss could result in something good.
    My Bruno’s, “The Boxer”, death was the inspiration behind my Crusade.
    I have CEO in the front of my name, but I consider Bruno the funding
    father of my company making the difference in many dogs’ lives.
    During infamous 2007 recall, I lost my friend but his death was not forgotten, and resulted in many dogs’ lives saved, extended and improved by feeding them the real food, customized for their unique needs.
    Dogs rule))

    best rgds,
    Peter Pfisterer

  • Bobby dog

    Sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to adjust to the void that is left behind.

  • aimee

    Melissa… So sorry for the loss of your beloved companions.

  • aimee

    Hi Shawna,

    I’m so sorry for your loss of Audrey and Cloee. I sure it was difficult to have lost them so close together.

  • Cheryl, Pepper & Millie-Belle

    barbkohl,
    Not posting about food, just want to know are those 3 beauties Samoyed’s?? Gorgeous babies white fluff balls, are they all related?

  • Cheryl, Pepper & Millie-Belle

    Shawna,
    So glad you replied, I am so sorry to hear that you suffered another loss with Cloee, doesn’t matter how long they are with us and how old they are it is a huge loss.
    She and Audrey were blessed to have you as their Mama, you kept Audrey going for all those years, and 19 is a long time also I know thinks to you and they way you care for them.
    When my Nicholas passed, I couldn’t handle having another fur-kid -I loved him so a big white fluff boy a samoyed.
    You don’t apologize ever, I just wanted you to know we we’re thinking about you as we ALWAYS DO.
    Hope the kids/grandkids & hubby are well and helping (as much as anyone can) with the grief.
    My dear you are a young puppy, it is I who is hitting/has hit the old age-sad very sad, but hey what is the alternative.Miss you .
    Miss Mille is in the throes of her first heat exactly at 7 months-running around the house with her diaper likes she is the boss-oh Shawna NOTHING like my angel Pepper.
    Text anytime please, so maybe we can have a chat.
    Love ,many hugs and good positive prayers.
    We all love you my dear friend!!!
    I have a Facebook account that i deactivated, ,you know me I am too much of a privacy nut, but for you, I will see if i can get it up and rolling

  • theBCnut

    I’m so sorry to hear that you lost two of yours. It’s funny how many different little ways they affect the whole household.

  • Crazy4cats

    Oh, I’m sorry, Melissa. Isn’t it amazing how different the house feels when we lose one of our fur babies? Take care.

  • Melissaandcrew

    We all have our limits 🙂 But…you do have room at the Inn when the right one comes along..

  • Shawna

    While having a full time job and watching my grandkids five nights a week for two hours after work, eight is my limit. I’ve had more than that but only for short times. In all honesty, I don’t think I could take on more than a few special needs pups due to time restraints and overall laziness.. 🙂

  • Barbara

    Melissa and crew you sure have taken on a huge task to care for special need rescues and love and care for so many! bless you!

  • Melissaandcrew

    Thanks folks. One we lost to simple old age related malfunctions, the other to suspected intestinal cancer. My husband took that one hard as she was his gal.

  • Melissaandcrew

    Lol. Yes I have a large crew that fluctuates over time. I had 15 (the majority special needs). Lost two and took in two more. One before the others passed, one after. The only difference is that this time, the 2 we took in are pups. We do all breed, but my heart belongs to the schnauzers and bully boy.

    Some of the special needs crew are a cleft palate, early chf (16 plus yrs) , premature ventricular contractions with mitral valve prolapse (dog in my icon) epilepsy, Addisons, Rubber jaw,
    spinal defect and several with various aggression issues. Off to bring Piper (icon girlie) to her cardiologist app to see if her heart issues are stable. I will have to post some pix of the crew these days.

  • Barbara

    for cloee to live 19 years is due to your love and care…she was very lucky and so were you. my mom who is 91 recently lost a 17 yr old rescue mix she loved dearly and just a few years before a 20 year old chihuahua. rescue is so fulfilling i envy you, it is like tutoring young people that need our help. there are so many animals out there that need homes i can’t even go to a shelter anymore because i am over my limit for dogs (i adopt the larger ones and have 3) 2 are seniors and our 6 yr old lab (a purebreed rescue) has a reoccurring acl problem but still wants to run and catch the tennis ball (we try to keep her mostly swimming in the lake to fetch them) but she is crazy to play catch and wants to greet every child within her sight…so i can’t get attached to anymore right now because every dog i see i want to take home!. but we will always adopt…take good care of yourself and your other “fur babies”

  • Dori

    Melissa I’m so sorry to hear such sad news. As you told Shawna, I’m sure your two loved every moment of their time with you and your family. This is very sad news. It seems to be all around us. I agree with Shawna about getting paranoid.

  • Dori

    Oh No! My brother lost his dog this past Saturday (his kids are devastated) and my daughter-in laws aunt’s dog died last week….again cancer. What IS going on?

  • Shawna

    Thank you so much Barbara!! Very kind of you.

    My Audrey had kidney disease since birth and was given one additional year to live at her one year checkup. She lived to eight years and just over six months of age. She passed due to an infection that went systemic but thanks to antibiotics she wasn’t in any pain and passed on my bed with me at her side.

    We adopted Cloee from our local Humane Society 10 years ago. She was 9 then. She had no health issues and peacefully passed here at home.

    Melissa and I are both in rescue. I had two pass and have six remaining. I foster Boston Terriers and Papillons. Melissa had two pass and still has more than I have, quite a few more (last I knew at least). I think she takes in any breed but not sure.

  • Barbara

    Shawna and Melissaandcrew it is so sad to hear about the loss of your sweet pets. i know how hard it is. i hope they did not suffer and are now over the bridge to a happier place. i wish the best to both of you for your future well loved “fur babies” there are so many out there that need our love.

  • Shawna

    Thank you Melissa and so very sorry for your losses!! So many of my friends and acquaintances have lost fur babies recently….. I’m starting to get a bit paranoid. 🙂

  • Shawna

    Hi Dori,

    I just found out that another Dog Dork lost her sweet baby this morning!! What is going on!!!!?????

    Love you my friend!!

  • DogFoodie

    Oh no Melissa, I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. How awful.

  • Dori

    Hi Shawna. Always thinking of you and your crew. Be well doll and I pray that you find peace in the beauty of the rest of your crew. I still hurt for you but you know that.

  • Melissaandcrew

    I am sorry to hear you lost two of your crew Shawna. We lost two as well and the house isn’t the same. I am sure they loved every minute of their time with you.

  • Dog_Obsessed

    I’m so sorry for your loss. They are both so adorable! I know you must miss them terribly.

  • Shawna

    Thank you very much Bobby dog!!

  • Bobby dog

    Sorry for your loss Shawna, they were lucky pups to have you and your family in their lives.

  • Shawna
  • Shawna

    Thank you Crazy4cats!! I appreciate your kind words very very much!!!

    This is Audrey and her brother Poncho (and brother Derby in lower left corner). She was SOOO tiny and almost didn’t make it to her 4th week of life. I was very fortunate and blessed to have her as long as I did.

    Cloee had a very good and long life. We miss both of them terribly!!!

  • Crazy4cats

    I’m sorry about your losses, Shawna. I missed that post. Big bummer 🙁 They were lucky dogs to have you!

  • barbkohl

    Is there a way to contact you privately? I don’t know if this page goes to the group. I don’t really want to post much on there.
    Thanks Barb C. (Kohl, from the list)

  • Shawna

    Thank you so much Storm’s Mom!!! Hugs are needed.. I’ve definitely had better years…

    Like most everyone that grieves about a lost loved one, I do have regrets. One of those is that I didn’t take as many videos over the years. I have tons of pics but not enough videos.. I won’t make that mistake with the six still with us. 🙂

    Thank you again!!!!!!

  • Storm’s Mom

    Oh Shawna, I didn’t know about Audrey, or Cloee!! I’m so sorry!!!! 🙁 They were both so fortunate to have you on their side

    *hugs*

  • Shawna

    Well hello there darling!!

    I’ve been better but okay. Not sure if you heard but I lost Audrey (which you know) and then three weeks later (last Friday) I lost Cloee. Cloee was 19 and passed away at home with nothing but age wrong with her. At least nothing that could be identified with the normal routes.

    I think I got one text and I thought I replied but sometimes I’m in a situation that I can’t reply, yet think about my reply and then later actually think I DID reply.. Old age.. Uhg.

    Are you on Facebook? I’ll text you how you can find me if you are.

    Pepper and Millie are very kind and generous!! They shouldn’t have!!! 🙂

    Love you Cheryl, Pep and now Miss Millie!!

  • barbkohl

    Thanks so much!!! I sure appreciate it!

  • Storm’s Mom

    This list came out a few years ago, but as it notes it is updated as info warrants, so is likely still mostly accurate:

    http://truthaboutpetfood.com/who-makes-what-in-pet-food/

    As that page notes, C&P was bought by Merrick, and may or may not move or have moved production to Merrick’s plant.

  • Cheryl, Pepper & Millie-Belle

    Hello My friend,
    How are you? I have texted you a few times to check on you.
    You have a box coming your way from Pepper & Millie.
    You take care & text when you can.
    sorry to bust in but when I saw you posted I just had to-Pepper told me to post to Auntie Shawna

  • barbkohl

    Thank you for your nice comments, Shawna, but I am not “back” You were one of the people that seemed to be very knowledgeable, and willing to share your knowledge in a civil way.
    I just felt, with other posters/”regulars” extensive information on all of the other foods, they might know the answers to my questions. We’ll see, but it doesn’t hurt to ask.

  • Shawna

    🙂 Glad to see you back barbkohl. I agree with Crazy4cats in that no one on here thinks you are “evil”. Which just don’t all agree with your choice in food. No biggie though as it is not uncommon for even the regulars to have disagreements about this or that (I get in respectful disagreements with one of the regulars, aimee, all the time). If we all thought the exact same way there really wouldn’t even be a need for this blog. 🙂

    Edit — sorry I don’t have anything to add to your actual post.. That is a topic I am pretty uneducated on.

  • barbkohl

    Thank you for the information on Castor and Pollux.
    Does anyone know which foods Diamond makes, or if Solid Gold or any other average kibbled foods are made by?
    Thank you for any information you might provide.

  • Crazy4cats

    I believe that Castor and Pollux is owned by Merrick. I don’t think anyone thinks that YOU are evil. They just don’t care for the food you sell. 🙂

  • barbkohl

    2x per day

  • barbkohl

    I refuse to comment on Bil-Jac again, ( was blasted) but I would like to know if anyone knows what companies are behind which foods. I remember someone knew about Castor and Pollux.
    I know that Mars has Iams, Pegifree, Royal Canin, Nutro, Eukanuba and reportedly, soon Blue.
    Nestle has all of the Purina products.
    Colgate Palmolive had Hills/Science Diet,
    Del Monte has Natures Recipe and Natural Balance.
    Does anyone know who Diamond is affiliated with, and again Castor and Pollux, or any other foods? I would appreciate this information. Thank you.
    A Bil Jac demonstrator, the Evil person.. who is saying that RIGHT UP FRONT.
    Thank you for any information you can provide.

  • Evan Riley

    how many times should i feed a 6 mouth old puppies this food a day

  • diannna

    my dog has been eating the grain free for almost a year now, everything seems good so far. I tried giving him so call better food but he won’t eat it, plus his stools look good with this food. Seems like other supposedly good food may have some ingredient thats considered controversial so you never know, this is way better than beneful and purina which is what i was feeding him when i first found him.

  • Bob K

    Aliciask – 3 Stars is not all that bad, you can always add some grilled, chicken, fish or perhaps raw egg once a week. Maybe you can mix it with a 5 star food. Another idea, slowly transition your loved one to another 5 star food at a similar price.

  • InkedMarie

    It’s a lower rating due to ingredients and GA/NA. Whether a dog likes it has nothing to do with the rating.

    Don’t let your dog dictate when it eats. Put the food down, give the dog 15 minutes then pick it up. Nothing else til the next meal. You have more than one dog; each should have their own bowl.

  • Aliciask

    I am disappointed this got such a low rating. Our dogs LOVE it and act so happy to get it. Our last higher rated food stayed in the bowl until they got so hungry they just had to eat. I want to find a balance of good nutrition and happy to eat doggies.

  • Pattyvaughn

    Look for Earthborn Holistic, good price, way better quality.

  • InkedMarie

    As an FYI, you can order most any dog food online, oftentimes cheaper than local prices & almost always with free shipping.

  • Fluffy McFluffybottom

    I personally use this on my year old dog, other dog foods that are grain free in my area are much too expensive ( 30 dollars for a 4 pound bag), i went searching for other grain free products and could not find any until i saw this one. My dog has frequent yeast infections, 50 dollars every few months for a bag of dogfood is cheaper than a 70 dollar vet bill and 150 dollars antifungal medications