I have been searching for a good quality, dry horse mix with protein around 14% - 16% and can not find anything close. Found one cheapy kind with 10% protein, found horse pellets and found a ton of sweet feed varieties. But...I heard from my neighbor a small place about 30 minutes from me that can do feed mixes. I'm not sure what they have to choose from but if anyone could tell me some ideas on what to ask for that would be fabulous. (ex: 20% oats, 10% beet pulp, 15% ect. ect.) If you could give me a few different mix ideas, the types of grains to ask for and the percentages I would greatly appreciate it. Right now my mom is still feeding a bit of the goat pellets she first bought, alfafla pellets and a mix of Sudan and coastal hay, but she'd like to get a good dry grain mix that would be appropreate for pregnant does, milkers ect. ect. One of the does *may* already be bred..still not sure on it, but we'd like to get a good feeding program lined out for ourselves...not only for the health of her goats, but also for myself when I buy my own dairy goats in the near future. Hope my question made sense and I appreciate any input.