We recently tried switching our chickens from a prepared chicken food to a recipe including roasted soybeans. Our co-op ordered us roasted soybeans and our chickens will not touch them and these are birds that will eat anything. In researching, there is much mention of roasted soybeans smelling and tasting good, maybe nutty. The ones we bought have little oder and flavor. And they certainly don't taste like roasted soybeans made for humans that I've tried, these have a waxy texture in your mouth. They seem to be about 30% cracked soybeans and 70% hulls and stems. If I doctor the beans up with household flavors they will eat them just a bit. This is our first experience with roasted soybeans and I don't know what I'm looking for. I don't know if this is simply something new that they have to develop a taste for or I purchased the wrong or bad product? The label says Roasted Soybeans, 38% protein, 20% fat and is from a big animal supply company in Wisconsin.