It’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child. But what if you had nine dozen children?
What if you had to provide 84 gallons of milk a week and needed to bring home package after package after package of beef and chicken and pork, hundreds of boxes of cereal and more than a few jars of peanut butter every week. Add to that needing nearly 500 gallons a gasoline per week, 500 pairs of shoes in a year and enough clothing to fill any average household garage from top to bottom. The list goes on and on.