Dear editor:
From Amos Brielmann’s and Jurgen Schmutz’s letters to the editor last week, we all know it is illegal for a farmer to make a lunch and take it to work from his own uninspected beef that he raised.
But on the other hand, the income tax law states that you claim your farm-raised beef used for personal consumption on your farm income tax—and then pay tax on your own beef.
Dennis M. Brown
Stratton, Ont.
P.S. The question is, how you pay yourself?