I'm in Minnesota where farm land reigns supreme. And with it, farmers who specialize in beef, poultry, corn and many other harvests. If you're lucky enough to know the right people, these farmers can be a direct source to table ready meal options. And not just a t-bone here or a few ears of corn there. I'm talking a full pig or a half-of-a-cow. It is a fantastic feeling to open up the deep freeze and find a chest full of beef with a wealth of options to choose from. But unless you have a direct connection to those farmers, you're out of luck. And, let's assume, you find that friendly farmer, they may only offer a "side sale" once or twice a year. Not ideal if you miss the window or a budget doesn't allow that kind of investment. Clearly, this is as much of a business venture for the farmers as it is a stomach-loving adventure for you. So why wouldn't we maintain the exclusivity of the offering, but enable anybody to join and have that underground access? Let's create a network of farmers who offset their calendars so a sale is always active and then allow others to join for a minimal monthly fee. Theres power and money in bulk shopping.