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16% Medicated Local Feed. Is this recipe good for meat and milk goats

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16% medicated feed mixed at the feed store for goats in 50# bags. Does this sound OK for meat and milk goats.

Medicated feed
Active ingredient: Monensis 33 grams/ton or 16.5 mg/lb

Net weight 50 pounds

Crude protein min 16.00 %
Crude fat min 4.00 %
Crude fiber max 10.00 %
Calcium min 0.58 %
Calcium max 0.64 %
Phosphorus min 0.63 %
Salt min 0.67 %
Salt max 0.76 %
Vitamin A min 7000. IU/LB
Vitamin D min 1600. IU/LB
Vitamin E min 43. IU/LB

Ingredients: Grain products, processed grain by-products, roughage products, plant protein products, salt, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate, ammonium chloride, monocalcium phosphate, dicalcium phophxxx? magnesium oxide, potassium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, sodium selenite, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, vitamin E supplement, copper sulfate,vitamin A supplement, ferrous sulfate, vitamin D-3 supplement, calcium iodate, cobalt carbonate.

Feed directions:
Feed a a rate to provide monensin not less than 10mg nor more than 40 mg/head/day. Insure adequate intake of high quality forage and free choice access to fresh clean water.

I would love comments. This mix is what one of the goat farmers uses for his herds. Everyone loves it except for one doe who seems to prefer the Dumor.
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