ETA: THIS IS A CANADIAN FEED. I DON'T BELIEVE IT'S N-TIMIDATOR. I bought what my mill called "goat ration" a month ago from the Madoc Co-op in Madoc, Ont. It's a 12% "sweetfeed" with no molasses so it's all loose. I can't remember if it had rumensin/monensin in it and we no longer have the bags. A couple days ago my brother gave the pony 2 cups of it and she got another 2 cups yesterday and 2 cups today, so in total 6 cups of it. The big mare got about scoop of it between yesterday and today mixed with some alfalfa pellets. I was wondering if anyone had this feed for their goats, whether theirs has Rumensin in it or Monensin. I'm calling the mill tomorrow to find out for sure. I know someone who works there also and although he's not certain, he thinks it doesn't have it in it. I don't remember it having Rumensin or Monensin on the label. I don't believe it's a medicated feed. I think it's made by land o lakes and sold through the Madoc Co-op. I haven't noticed any change in my horses behaviour/health, no restlessness, no noticeable muscle pain. They have digested most of the feed and pooped already. I found a case online of contaminated feed that was fed over the course of a summer by a farm in western Canada. From the sound of it by the end of the summer all the horses were experiencing restlessness and extreme muscle pain + a high pulse. Help? ETA: Its not a comtaminated horse feed, it's a goat ration. My brother didn't think anything of it at the time, he's only 14. I can't call the vet out until tomorrow, none of the roads are plowed and theres no lights down at the field and he wouldn't be able to get up the driveway anyway. I'm just hoping that someone on here feeds the same thing to their goats and will be able to tell me.