I have always wondered why goat grain is so much more expensive than all-stock or horse grain. The mix might be slightly different but the ingrediants are basically the same...is it just because it says "goat" on the bag? Sometimes I wonder! :roll: I guess the main thing to look at is the ca/phos ratio for bucks & wethers. If that isn't real far off I would say it isn't going to hurt them a bit. We have fed horse grain to our does for years, of course we don't feed a lot of grain, I would be more leary of it if we fed larger amounts of grain. We still buy goat grain for the bucks. Even the horse grain is going up though, it has went from $5 a bag to $7 a bag. I am going to check into having a feed mill mix it for us. That is still cheaper and I can get a grain formulated for goats that way, the only problem is having to buy 1/2 ton at a time. I worry about it going bad before we can use it all or something.