Last fall we sold this guy a 1/4 beef. Told him repeatedly that it was just a quarter. Now I do not let people I do not know to come to our place, so I delievered it to his home. Afterwards the e-mails started. This is not enough. Where is the rest. Thought it was a half. Drove me a bit crazy. Just nit picking. I kept telling him that that was it. Kept arguing that it was suppose to be a half. It was a 1/4. This spring he contacted us again wanting a whole beef. Told him we only had a half for sale. He wanted it. Ok. The beef is right now sitting in the butcher shop all ready to be picked up. Gave him the price we are asking. It came out to around $1.89 a pound, including the cost of processing. That's fair. He starts nit picking again. That is not what we charged last time. That's too much. Started getting rude and pretty much calling me a liar. Guess who's not getting a beef from us ever again? I remember several BYC members talking about this type of buyer. You guys were right. When a buyer starts acting like this, run the other way.