Ok, please note: This post is strictly for me to learn about pricing of my 'backyard' mix and not a question in regards to nutrition or logistics. I am receiving tons (literally) of Spent Grains from breweries, and fully drying it thus allowing it to be bagged and sold. Yes, it will not have a long shelf-life like the store bought stuff due to the nature of the beast, but that is not my strategy. NO, I am not interested in retailing this, but rather wholesaling direct to hobby farmers and backyard enthusiasts who are wanting a good price for feed. I will likely take these bagged (40 or 50lb units) to my farmers market and try to establish some regulars this way. This is NOT A GET RICH SCHEME and I may be lucky to break $10 per hour for my labor this first year. WHAT I AM ASKING: What price is fair for this type of bagged mix. Keep in mind that I cannot put a specific % of protein on the bag since it will change based on the beer-recipes/requirements. However, common spent grain protein usually ranges from 19-24% protein and average of about 22%. Again, not looking for logistics of if this feed will work for chickens or not; I know that studies show a 30% diet of spent grain or less is recommended by most nutritionists.