I have raised several pigs for butcher but it always seems that I could have probably got the meat a lot cheaper if I had of just bought it at the supermarket. May not have tasted as good but I think it would be cheaper. So I've been pondering on the ideal of raising most of my own corn for feed, thinking it might be a whole lot cheaper then buying those little 50# sacks all the time. Build my own little corn crib and fill it up every summer and shuck out what I need daily. But I've also been wondering about instead of filling the corn crib up with corn ears that I have raised, what about buying a huge amount of corn kernals from a feed company that delivers to the big farmers? Making a one time purchase every summer. Do you think they would deliver to the small guy? Would the corn be any cheaper per pound then buying it 50# at a time? What's the cheapest way you raise them?