Thank you so much for all of the info!!! We will be dealing Coolstance Copra due to popular demand. As for beet pulp, we will be dealing Standlee, which seems to be a popular choice among the ropers.All that being said, if you were doing business around here I'd recommend carrying:
copra (coolstance is my personal choice...and my only option LOL) and
beet pulp with no sweeteners of any type added (which pretty easy to find anyway)
Outside of the feed fiasco 🙂. Since most of the equine activities today seem to have a more significant female presence (unlike 35+ years ago) it might be smart to carry some decorative (even matching colorful) tach and accessories. I see the women using very dressed up, even color coordinated gear (pink trim on a saddle and bridle with a matching blanket, etc....) and I've found that women can easily spend more money on gear for the horses that catches their eye than they often spend on themselves (thank God my daughter and granddaughters just use my gear LOL).
Additionally, what do you guys think abount Redmond Equine Products? It seems that a lot of people want to give them a try (including me).