Rog Wood: Can you imagine such a situation in any other line of business?

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Averages are statistics that don't reveal everything. For instance, when average farmers are struggling to break even, those in the top 25 per cent will be making healthy profits while the bottom 25 per cent will be losing a small fortune.
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