Do you suppose, since I have so much pasture vs animals on it. maybe 13 goats total, on a large area 15 main acres they stick to I think I'm terrible at judging acres. and since we are drownding in milk. would it Hurt them to just eat pasture and the milkers grain on the stand. So I could concentrate $$ on getting good alfalfa up for winter. Pellets are now almost $14 a 50 lb bag. We have tons of baby bull head thistles and Nettles I wonder how much calcium is in there? should I take it slow and watch their weight? will they collapse into fits of milk fever? I think their is timothy in the field as well. In indiana the cold temperatures have farmers re planting the corn fields or moving to sowbeans for the replant. that's not gonna help corn prices either. argh I think we may well see this fall $ 24 for a bag of alfalfa pellets, and $ 12 for a bale of quality alfalfa. $ 12 for whole corn. On my way out to walk the girls down to the far pasture I stayed home sick today from the farmers market, I've got broncitis, so I'm paying the girl to work today and tomorrow. Hope I can wheeze back up the hill. :rofl Sharing a drink with a friend.