I just wanted to share this with all of you because of all the helpful tips and advice I get from this site. Last week I went to the feed store and the workers were all yelling at eachother about the feed they were unloading. Well I ask one of them what was going on. He said that a whole bunch of the feed bags were ripped or torn and couldn't be sold. I asked if they were still any good and he said yes because they had been damaged by the equiptment at the feed store. Short story long... He said he'd sell it cheap if anyone wanted it, I told him that he could load me up with goat, rabbit, and any poultry feeds he had there. I ended up with 250 lbs of feed (5 bags with very minor holes in them) for $10.00! So my idea is to ask your local feed store if they have any damaged bags of feed that they can't sell and if they'd sell them at a reduced rate to you. Anything only a day or two old or already repaired with tape should be bug and vermon free. Just an idea, hope you can save a buck or two like I have. God Bless! They now have a pallet in the feed storage with "my feed bags" that I can pick out the bags and feed the feed I use for a much cheaper price.