I get that gummy but it would appear that that FB site is set up to get game for knock down prices. Now, I appreciate that the prices aren't on there and we all like a bargain. Nothing wrong with that. However, giving it away repeatedly to the same people shouldn't become normal. I too have given game and venison away to let people try it. If they like it they pay for it like everyone else. I have bills to pay too! My 4x4 doesn't run on fresh air!not sure if this approach it is a standard to all our home businesses :
extrapolated will sound like: ignore the low internet deals, buy only from you local shop/ do not buy second hands or recycle to keep the economy going
as far i know, a good part of the UK game products are exported to be sold in restaurants across Europe
it is more likely that the local "deals/freebies" to be low volume and target a different market sector with the benefit of getting a supporter rather an anti
I personally offer quite often game to friends and colleagues along with recipes ideas. Some of them never tried game before. Free advertising.
the jam will not taste different when using first class fruits. low quality products are still part of business strategy, there will always be a rich and a poor