I think everyone is busy. I just buy bagged feed so I'm no help. I don't have any way to store bulk feed but I'm sure it would be cheaper to buy it that way.
We had an incident with a thermostat that means we are currently without A/C. The replacement thermostat arrived yesterday but needs to be wired in and DH hasn't had a chance to do it yet. I've done some wiring but never like doing it as I'm always afraid I'm going to fry myself so for now I'm sweltering in a hot house waiting for him to get a chance.
The days go by in a haze of milking and cheese-making. We finally got the sheep and goats started on rotational grazing for the year. We're really late but had some issues with the fence energizer. I'm glad to finally have them going with that.
Had a new lamb born early Saturday morning. Her mother produces very big lambs and this one was no exception - 13 pounds. She was delivered unassisted though and is doing very well now. Her mom seems to have way too much milk and loves to have her udder "massaged" so I'm tempted to milk her but truly do NOT need any more milk (would love to make sheep milk cheese though.....)
The garden is starting to look really good. I dug the first few bulbs of garlic the other day and finally did a count of how many I have - 55. And I don't even like garlic!!! Don't ask what possessed me to plant so much of something I don't particularly care for. I guess I was just excited to be planting something in the fall. The few that needed to be dug early are now drying, though I did use one clove in last night's dinner.
Corn should be "knee high by the 4th of July" but mine was taller than that by the 4th of June. The peas that I planted at its base are almost tall enough to start using it for support.