Whenever we go into our small town feed store and ask for "gamebird feed" for our quail, the owner asks if we want 24% or 28%. When we reply, "28%", he sells us a 50lb bag of "Kent Wildlife Feeds" for $17. The price per pound is awesome and the quail are thriving on it. It comes in pieces small enough for adult button quail to manage, though I put it through the blender for chicks. Not wanting to look a gift horse in the mouth, I still occasionally wonder what this stuff actually IS. If I ask too many specific questions at the feed store, the owner gets confused and repeats that it's 28%. He's a very sweet and kindly person and I don't want to overwhelm him, so I tried looking it up online. I couldn't find the feed on their product list. The bag has a red,green, and brown camouflage print with a picture of a whitetail deer, a ringneck pheasant, and an elk on the front. Just wondering if anyone else has tried this mystery feed? I assume it is mostly soy and corn like other livestock feed, but there is no ingredient list or nutrition information on the bag, nor even an explanation as to what sort of animals are meant to eat it... We do have a Tractor Supply Company with fully labeled feeds of all kinds, but nothing above 24% protein. Plus, gamebird starter runs closer to $1 a pound there. I really prefer to buy from the little feed store that has been around all my life anyway, for fear that TSC will put it out of business.