Calcium/Phosphorous amounts in bones

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Barked: Wed Jul 24, '13 10:55pm PST 
Does anyone know how much calcium, phosphorous and other nutrients are in raw chicken bones? I am trying to input weekly amounts of food into the nutritiondata website. I can calculate the amount of bone but not the vitamins and minerals that are in it. If I use the USDA National Nutrient Database, it gives the amounts without bone. Any sources or suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Barked: Thu Jul 25, '13 10:10am PST 
This is closest thread to it, but only has mineral content

This post has bone content of chicken parts nice to know, but no full nutrient info.

Here we go found this thread

Here's the full link to the page that has info on the chicken item.. As dogster adds spaces on links which is dumb and annoying. :
I think the info is on bone in chicken with meat and bone not just the bone, but it's a start. does show calcium and phosphorous stuff.
http://web.archive.org/web/20090213125326/http://www.barfwor ld.com/html/barfworld/analysis.html

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Barked: Thu Jul 25, '13 4:56pm PST 
Monica Segal has some nutrient information, including calc./phos., for a few different bone-in cuts in her books. They would be for the entire cut.


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Barked: Thu Jul 25, '13 6:01pm PST 
And you are feeding the whole cut after all!

I'm a 50-pound- lapdog :)
Barked: Fri Jul 26, '13 8:00pm PST 
I can't believe it's so difficult to find this information. Nonetheless, the barfworld site ended up being the best source. Thank you all.