Would this mineral be suitable for goats? It has iron in the ingredients but not analysis, but the mineral itself is a yellowish color, so it must not have near as much as the goat mineral, which is red. It has high copper and I'm wondering if it's too much, though I wouldn't think it would be, it gives a warning about it. I've been mixing it like 1/3 with the goat mineral until I could ask about it. ADM Alliance Nutrition, Inc. A Vitamin-Mineral Supplement for All Classes of Horses 16% Calcium: 8% Phosphorus 27 Vitamins, Minerals, and Electrolytes Natural Source Vitamin E Guaranteed Analysis Calcium (Ca), not less than 15.2% Calcium (Ca), not more than 18.2% Phosphorous (P), not less than 8.0% Salt (NaCl), not less than 26.0% Salt (NaCl), not more than 31.0% Copper (Cu), not less than 3600 ppm Selenium (Se), not less than 36 ppm Zinc (Zn), not less than 11,500 ppm Vitamin A, not less than 300,000 International Units per pound. Vitamin D3, not less than 30,000 International Units per pound. Vitamin E, not less than 850 International Units per pound. Ingredients Salt, Defluorinated Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Soybean Meal, Petrolatum, Cane Molasses, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Iron Oxide, d-alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), Ferrous Sulfate, Vitamin A Acetate, Calcium Pantothenate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Corn Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles, Cobalt Carbonate, Sodium Selenite, D-Activated Animal Sterol (Source of Vitamin D3), Potassium Iodide, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Menadione Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite (Source of Vitamin K Activity). Instructions for Feeding MoorMan's GroStrong Minerals for Horses, a cornerstone of Forage First® feeding programs, provide 27 vitamins, minerals and electrolytes in a proprietary formula balanced for horses. Feed GroStrong Minerals for Horses by the following methods: Free Choice: When starting to feed, remove salt and other mineral products and feed GroStrong Minerals free-choice near the water source and, preferably, protected from rain. Monitor intake to determine that the recommended amounts of Minerals are consumed. Mixed with Feed: For horses expected to consume 5 lb of concentrate mix per horse daily, add 50 lb of granular GroStrong Minerals for Horses per ton of mix. For horses expected to consume 10 lb of concentrate mix per horse daily, add 25 lb of granular GroStrong Minerals for Horses per ton of mix, etc. Do not use GroStrong Minerals with mixes that contain MoorMan's GroStrong Mintrate® for Horses. Top Dressed Over Feed: For concentrate mixes not containing GroStrong Minitrate, feed GroStrong Minerals as follows: (1 oz is 2 level tablespoons): Age and work load of horse Daily amount of GroStrong Minerals Foal 1 oz Yearling or 2-year old 2 oz Pony 1 oz Bred mare or stallion 3 oz Lactating mare 3 oz Pleasure or show horse 2 oz Moderate to hard-working horse 3 oz* Race or performance horse 3 oz* *Additional salt should be offered to hard-working horses to offset losses through perspiration. Consumption of GroStrong Minerals for horses will vary according to; individual mineral appetites; total dry matter consumption; kind, quality and amount of hay or pasture available; amount of GroStrong Mintrate fed; kind, quality and amount of concentrate fed; mineral content of drinking water; and condition, size and age of horse. Caution: Consumption of this product by sheep and goats may result in copper toxicity.