It looks good except for liver and other organs are missing.
I would skip the rice.
Instead of ground beef, go with chicken quarters bone in.
Here is a forum that can help you figure out how to raw feed:
They do tend to go with prey model raw, but their experience can help any beginning raw feeder.
The general idea for raw feeding is 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, and 10% organ.
Detox is what every dog will go through. Some will be worse than others and there are a few things you can do to help it.
-In the beginning, remove the skin and fat.
-feed a tbsp of plain mashed pumpkin with the food.
-Wait to feed organs until stool is solid.
here are a few other sites that can help you:
People will tell you raw is dangerous, especially vets. Vets do not learn about nutrition in vet school. If you want honest unbiased nutrition advice, contact a canine nutritionist. There is one on the forum I mentioned above. Part of the reason the whole forum knows so much about dogs food.
Bindi gave you good information and basically what I was trying to give you.
Owner of three raw fed dogs.
I am also recommending the book by Tom Lonsdale work wonders. It is a short to the point book about raw feeding and helped calm my nerves about feeding bones.
To all of those people saying dog food is balanced: do you know how easy it is to pass a dog food as nutritionally balanced? A six month feeding test to see how many dogs die from it. If dog food was balanced nutritionally, we would not have purina, science diet, ol'roy etc on the market. Society has no care for dogs, they are beneath humans according to current standards, just take the menu foods recall that killed many beloved pets and took months for the companies to admit.