Some here may remember I have a 21yr old retired mare with a big fat arthritic knee. She is a VERY hard keeper and requires a high fat content in the feed to keep her in decent (not fat) weight. I had fed Nutreena xtn at one point because it has the highest fat content available on the market. But to get it I had to drive 27 miles one way to the feed store that would carry it. So if she goes thru a bad spell of turning up her nose at her senior or was looking a little thin, I would get the XTN. So I was thrilled when I saw TSC was going to carry Nutreena.Just looked at what htye were carrrying,XTN isn't there. In fact I just perused the nutreena and Purina feeds they will offer.Highest fat I can find is 7% which is NOT enough and their senior is only 6% fat. So I will still have to but Southern states senior with 9% fat and beet pulp already in it.WHY does no one get that OLD hard to keep horses need a high fat??? So i am not impressed with the new offerings! Thanks for listening and yes I know I can top dress whatever I feed with corn oil.I do that already.