I had quite a busy day today. I had to get rid of 300lbs of wheat due to a weevil infestation, so I had to go and get some more at the local feed mill today. It was not a surprise, the wheat was over a year old in storage, although it was stored in a cool (not airconditioned, but not roasting hot), dry room. I was hoping to plant it in the fall for winter wheat in the spring, I did like last year. When I was getting the wheat at the feed mill, I noticed several pallets full of 50lb bags of calf bottle feeding formula. Does anyone else have any info on this stuff? I wonder if it would fall into the "I'm sure a person could consume it if they HAD to, but it would taste like crap!" catagory... Just thinking out loud. Anybody else ever get weevils? From what I have been told, they come from the wheat grains themselves- hatching from eggs planted in the wheat from before it was harvested. Weevils are slow, goofy looking little black bugs with long, thin snouts that sort of wobble back and forth as they move. I cleaned all of them off the floor (that I saw) with a vaccuum cleaner and then got rid of the bag.