Forty-four cents for a hamburger? If you are in Bonham on Thursday, you can have a couple for less than a buck. Local farmers hosted a cookout at the downtown square not just to celebrate but to present their views on the abundance and affordability of food in America.
The burgers cost 44 cents to show that farmers and ranchers only get 22 cents out of every dollar you spend at the grocery store.
David Hembree of the Fannin County Farm Bureau said if you show up late, you'll probably left hungry.
Farm Bureau officials say it takes farmers five weeks to earn enough income for an entire year's worth of food for a family.
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