I raise mostly Barley and Oats for an organic dairy farmer, but I did add a few acres of spring wheat and am going to try and get some buckwheat in if I get done haying. Planted some field peas late, have my fingers crossed. Also plan on adding rye this fall. Got $6.50 for the barley and $4.50 a bushel for the oats last year. Probably going to be a little higher this year. He says he wants all of it, but I am wanting to spread out a little. The advantage this way is that I sell it out of the field and do not have to store it, so I own no bins or augers. Makes for a cheaper start up. Down size is I don't have much room to dicker for a better price.
We need a mill farther north, looked a buying a small one myself, but I have enough on my plate. I will look into that mill in Menoninee (sp?). This is one area I think the local food folks are missing. It ain't local meat if the grain is coming in by semi from 300 miles away. Also I have found a lot of interest in certified straw. Not so much for hay, but I think that is somewhat a local thing.