That's the problem with all small "mom and pop" businesses. You can get more for less with the big guys. I don't like it, but it is just the way it is.I’ve learned a lot from the U.K. farmers in the last few days.
I fully try to support them by buying local but it seems they may well be out priced by big farms.
Apparently, YouTube sees more small farmers making more money doing farm videos than selling stuff
the world indeed is changing fast.
Some people make crazy money with their own YouTube channels. I mean CRAZY money.