I actually don't have a problem with either and I didn't intend to communicate that. The low cost of food items in the US amazes me (even more so when the regulations and oversight is considered) and I don't blame retailer or farmer for trying to maximize their gains. I only replied to address your statement against the sustainability of backyard chickens. It's a different philosophy towards agriculture that drives that market and I think sustainability is very achievable. The means of controlling costs are very different as are some of the goals. There is a faddish element behind some of it, like most things, but ultimately many of the things that drive up your costs will ensure that this alternative market remains and most likely grows. And for further clarification, I have an appreciation for both. Thanks for the interaction.