Tuesday, August 27, 2013

SFPFC goes to the Fair

SFPFC (Small Flock Poultry Farmers of Canada) shares information
with the public attending the local Agricultural Fair

The Providence Bay Agricultural Fair has a proud history of 130 years, the longest running agricultural fair in Northern Ontario.  SFPFC (Small Flock Poultry Farmers of Canada) was there, sharing information and discussing the issues with all who were interested.

We found most people very interested.  Most people said they had no idea why chicken was so expensive in Ontario, nor all the shady dealings that were going on behind the scenes.  SFPFC was able to pick up some new members quite quickly.

Seeing an opportunity, SFPFC next attended the Massey Fair. Massey Fair has only been running for the past 101 years, so is quite the junior compared to the Prov. Bay Fair.  We found many dozens of people very interested to hear the long tale of woe about factory chicken producers and the Chicken Mafia.  Everybody was shocked to learn how the Chicken Mafia had poisoned people with arsenic for decades so that they could earn an extra 4% profit from growing their birds faster.

SFPFC was able to turn that shock into new memberships for SFPFC.

Doublings of Membership Numbers for Small Flock Poultry Farmers
SFPFC must grow exponentially in its cause, or it will die an early death by our own hands through neglect.  Exponential growth means we need to speak about how long we must wait to achieve a doubling of our membership.

The above graph shows that we have achieved 4.64 doublings in the number of members in SFPFC since our start in February 2013.  For this Blog to touch the lives of 8.4 million people (ie. the number of eligible voters in Ontario), we need a total of 23 doublings to occur.  It is very difficult and dangerous to predict when we will have achieved 23 doublings based on this very preliminary data.

We'll have to wait and see.

All members are requested to contact their family & friends about this issue, and encourage them to join SFPFC.  We need the numbers if we hope to defeat the Chicken Mafia. 

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