Most of the feed companies won't tell. It's kinda like getting Aunt Matilda to give away her secret pie crust recipe.
You might be able to take an educated guess on the ingredients knowing the values on some of the vitamins and minerals. You've got starch and sugar listed at 8% and 6%. Rules out corn.
I've been feeding it now all summer and my horses look really good. I do have some reservations about the high protein but when you figure out how little they actually get it isn't so high. Nutrena actually answers the protein question in the reviews section on the feed. The pony is get 1/3 of a cup. The full sized horses a cup. Smells rather bland. Horses readily accept it without any additions.
The intense red color is also a concern. Needing to watch the iron on my old pony I do wonder about the coloring. Again my horses look great so it's a nagging suspicion.
One other observation that may or may not be anything... I have noticed where the mares pee the grass burns out like it's never done before. Summer was slightly drier than usual so maybe the grass just couldn't take that extra shock. It does come back from the roots after about 10 days. It's been raining every other day now for a few weeks and I'm not seeing new burn spots. Just an odd thing I've noticed. However excess protein = excess nitrogen = excreted ammonia. Nagging thought I can't really finger because in an open field there are just too many variables.
Poulin lists their ingredients in Equi Pro MVP
. I've used this. Again the horses like it. Only reason I went with Nutrena was because Tractor Supply was on my way home from work. I do go to the Poulin dealer for my hay stretcher so I may switch. I'm waffling bad because that old pony looks 10 years younger. Little lower in protein, no red color on the MVP.
PunksTank, you are in Mass. Right? Should be Poulin grain around. Made in VT. They answer emails quickly without fluff.
Walkin, I noticed you mentioned Safe Choice Special care somewhere. I wound up with 11 free bags of it. I still have 10 now expired coupons for a free bag in the truck. Just couldn't find a nutrena dealer that would carry it. I gave it to my walker while she was still gaining. It's got that suspicious red color to it like the balance. Not as intense but still iron red. Mine all ate it fine but none of mine are fussy or have any food allergy issues. Pony is a piggy point blank! I had to guard the walkers food while they ate all winter like a hawk. She may be small but she is in charge.