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Re: Bagging sunflowers

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11-14-2012 16:57:42

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So buy a heat sealer and hire a couple of kids at $8/hr to fill and seal. If they do 100bags/hr and that might be on the short side, in a week they ought to be done and you'll pay out $640 in labor costs. What's the problem?

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11-14-2012 18:28:51

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 Re: Bagging sunflowers in reply to bo, 11-14-2012 16:57:42  
Piece rate is much more motivational than hourly pay.

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11-14-2012 17:51:04

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 Re: Bagging sunflowers in reply to bo, 11-14-2012 16:57:42  
Or bag and seal yourself on snowy winter days, bet you could do more than 100 an hour.

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11-14-2012 17:07:00

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 Re: Bagging sunflowers in reply to bo, 11-14-2012 16:57:42  
Problem is finding any kids to work for eight dollars an hour doing a mundane job.

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11-14-2012 17:37:05

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 Re: Bagging sunflowers in reply to Retired Farmer, 11-14-2012 17:07:00  
Amish kids for less than 8.00 too.

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