"Tiger Woods gets paid ten cents for having his picture on each
Wheaties, and the farmer gets five cents for raising the wheat."
Can this really be true? I hope someone will pursue this
With apologies to my fellow farmer Mr. Sikorski and the excellent people
at IATP (http://www.iatp.org).
Tiger Woods had a better year than we did....
Further apologies to Mr. Woods, the fine Asian American golfer.
What if we did find that the figures are accurate? In my opinion, it
will only confirm that General Mills and other major food labels are
doing a better job of marketing our food than we are. I'm concerned
that we would, to use a golf analogy, suffer paralysis by analysis.
And apologies to Babe Ruth, too.
Chuck, they out marketed, out promoted and out smiled us again, as
they've done for the last thirty years. (Please don't research this
one.) If anyone knows Mr. Sikorski, please tell him I owe him a free
farm registration at smallfarms.com. If any farmer out there has a
smile like Tiger Woods', you have a free registration for life!
For regular small farmers who think they have little to smile about
these days, the free registrations are still available. Register your
Buy from the Farmer
Tiger Woods simply had a better year than we did....
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