I finally found a feed store that will order Triple Crown 30 for me. My horses are on mostly bermuda grass hay, more or less free choice (a little bit of alfalfa at night) so the TC30 seemed the best choice. Well, its now back ordered, and has been the last two times I've gone to buy some. (And I've been calling to order it two weeks before I need it). So, as with a lot of other people who have trouble with their feed stores keeping their feed in stock and getting them to order it when asked, I have decided to change to something the feed store always has in stock. I have heard (on this board) that Integrity Feeds are very good, and from looking at the ingredients list, it sure appears so. The feed store always has it on hand, and I'd much rather go with it than have to worry that they'll have the TC30 when I need it. I don't like running out, and then having to switch my horses to something else. Here is the analysis Crude Protein 13% Crude Fat 6.50% Crude Fiber 16% Ash 8.00% Calcium 0.95% Phosphorus 0.55% Ingredients Beet pulp shreds, soy hull pellet, soybean meal, rice bran, cane-molasses, wheat bran, oat hay pellet whole oats, canola oil, ground flaxseed, yeast culture, calcium carbonate, mono-dicalcium phosphate, brewers yeast, salt, wheat flour, propionic acid, manganese sulfate, zinc sulfate, vitamin C, zinc methionine, maganese methionine, copper lysine, cobalt glucoheptonate, copper sulfate, Vitamin E, ferrous sulfate, niacin supplement, sodium selenite, vitamin A Acetate, Riboflavin supplement, Biotin supplement, calcium pantothenic acid, choline chloride, Thiamine mononitrate, Vitamin B-12 supplement, folic Acid, pyridoxine Hydrochloride, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, cobalt carbonate. Does this sound like a good supplement for my horses? I feed soy pellets too, and was planning on giving them a few cups of it in addition to the Integrity to up the protein a bit.