As I have mentioned I was raised on a Funny Farm, make that a Honey Farm. In about 1974 there was a world honey shortage and the wholesale price of honey went up from 10-15-cents per pound, to 21-cents per pound. Beekeepers thought they were getting rich, even my normally conservative father splurged a little that year. About that time my grandfather retired and my mother and I took over running the processing plant. We decided to offer retail sales - something my grandfather had resisted as it distracted him from his work. As I recall we set a retail price in your containers of 50-cents a pound. When comb honey came in I priced it $1 per section and my father protested that it would never sell at that price. It did- we sold out. The next year it was $1.50, then $2.50. In the Pike Place Market in Seattle, I came across a display of nice cut comb, those are 12 to 16 ounce sections, and the price is $25.00. I have produced that stuff, it is a lot of work, it is a good product. That is a lot of money. I can only imagine my father's reaction, if he was still alive I would print this picture out to show him. He'd probably say, nice looking stuff, I hope you didn't bring me any at that price.
Have you ever produced an agricultural product?