The goat dairy we just visited gets day-old bread from an outlet---super cheap, all types of bread. They feed it to their 240 goats and it has cut their grain bill in half. They claim that the reason their goats have such shiny coats is because they use superior grain in bread for human consumption. They are very experienced and their goats are all very healthy. They were actually featured in "Vermont Life" magazine a few years ago, and have a "Dairy of Distinction" award... Does anybody else do this? Or not? Please tell YOUR reasons why this would or would not be a good idea? Jillis!