My glyph production is insane. I started tracking it by the ink I use every day. Here is how much I used in the last several days by day: 1200,1100,500,600,1240,620. On average that is 876 Ink every day.
To keep up with that, I need to mill 146 stacks of herbs a day. I was about ready to start cutting my farmers off. It looks like I need to rethink that. I am milling daily to keep that space free. I hade 3600 ink before I made ink today. I forgot to check what it was after. But at the rate that I use up ink, I would run dry in 4 days.
I should have purchased a lot more herbs this weekend. I could easily run out of ink before friday. My farmers like to do the trade in person and I missed one of mine last night that is usualy good for 100 stacks.
I can throttle that if I need to. I let my glyphs sell for very low markup if that is where the glyph is selling. I can easily jump my threshold up from 3.5G to 4.25 (or even 5g). I will sell less so I preserve my ink supply and my profit is higher. If I saw the dry spot before it got to me, bumping my profits up the days before would allow me to pay more if I had to. My daily sales will go down because I am posting less. But if I am going to run out and can make a 4.25G glyph the next day instead of a 3.5G today, I am getting more for it.
If I think my ink cost will jump way up to 2G each, I can adjust ahead of time and soften the impact it will have on me.
I also have a 14 stack inventory of every glyph. I top those stacks off every night. I may be able to last 2 days for the majority of my glyphs before I run out. Some of my good sellers would go quickly. But that is expected.