We received the news our chicken processor was closing which really put the fire under our tail feathers. This probably had the biggest impact, as it's time sensitive. We have mentioned building a plant on our property at the 74, and while it's still in our future, it typically takes years to complete and it's something you need to get right the first time - as mistakes are insanely costly in this space. We looked very closely at buying the chicken processor. Very closely. Visited several times, had a business plan, and arranged financing. Then a few days later, Tanner had just gotten off the phone with something related to its purchase and started talking about it. I randomly blurted out "I'm not excited about this; I don't really want to buy it", and he said "I'm not either". So that was that. *side note: Tanner and I have always acted on gut feelings. They don't teach that in business school, but after several hard lessons we've learned to trust it. Later, it became clear to us that feeling a little pressured and desperate in searching for a solution had skewed our judgment.