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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Demander View Post
    Prices here at the one local feed store that carries Victor are running an average of $10 more per bag than the prices that Mike listed. The same flavors and bag sizes, but a bit more expensive.
    It appears that the food is made locally so that may be the reason for some of the difference. Also, this was a small Mom and Pop feed store, so their markup may be less. They also carried Diamond and TOTW.
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    We bought a bag of the Performance/Glucosamine and started the transition this evening.
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    Very little transportation cost for Mike as compared to Wyoming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M&K's Retrievers View Post
    Here are prices for various Victor feeds in a DFW area feed store based on a shipment they received yesterday. these are 40# Bags

    High Energy Formula $30.30
    Professional Formula $29.75
    High Pro $31.75
    Lamb Veal & Brown Rice $38.15
    Performance/glucosamine $30.25
    Beef & Brown Rice $28.95

    Grain Free 30# Bags

    Yukon River Salmon & Sweet potato $39.83
    Active Dog & puppy $36.29
    Joint Health/Glucosamine $36.95
    Ultra Pro $41.46
    spot on with what we are getting here in benton at our co-op feed store as well as what my dad charges for his in SW arkansas

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    Where is your dad's place Blake?
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    Little feed store in Lenard / Trenton Tx had Victor at the above prices. My best bet is Greely Co and they are the prices that Nate stated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dman View Post
    Where is your dad's place Blake?
    hope arkansas. Mhoon's Jewelry (and feed lol)

    i see that you are in NE Texas. i believe there is a place in genoa that sells it. check victors website and enter your zip code it'll give you closest dealer

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    So far Victor dog food seems to be a good replacement for Euk. P.P. with my labs.


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    21% more food with Victor for 32% reduction in cost. Also, no corn, wheat, soy or gluten with Victor. It's too early in the transition to tell anything but so far they like it mixed with Euk. We are at the 50/50 stage. No change in stools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blake_mhoona View Post
    hope arkansas. Mhoon's Jewelry (and feed lol)

    i see that you are in NE Texas. i believe there is a place in genoa that sells it. check victors website and enter your zip code it'll give you closest dealer
    I have a dealer near my house and there is one in Genoa. Just wanted to have as many options as possible.

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