I have been shopping for horse feed and supplies since I was a kid. l love this relic with ancient stories of labor and commerce. It was and is known as the Bouckville Mill, and was the original home of Mott Apples. The Bouckville Mill under the ownership of the the Mott family, was the first manufacturer to "homogenize" fruit juice for long term storage. The Mill was built on the Chenango canal in the 1830s. From the 1930s to the mid 1990s, the Mill was owned and operated by Ed Baker. The building is at the highest point on the canal between Binghamton and Utica, NY. Ed Baker named his brand of feeds after the "Summit" of the canal. I started buying Summit Sweet feed, in 1973, a custom molasses, oats, beet pulp and vitamin mix. To this day, you can still get custom mixed feeds at the mill. Louis Hale and son purchased the Bouckville Mill after Ed Baker's death and has done a great job maintaining the historical integrity. My 29 year old mare has been eating Summit feed for 26 years.