Yeah, I found the whole thing pretty interesting. In addition, the owner is a great guy and produces a quality product. I like to source locally produced materials when possible. I was introduced to the product when he spoke at our local woodworking club and later got a tour of their processing facility. I think demand is still far outstripping production, but hopefully he will get production up as the orchards mature. I guess it is a lot better than having product and no demand though.Pete, that link to the tung oil industry and its history was very interesting to me since it brings back fond memories. As a child in the 1950s we would drive from central Florida to south Alabama to visit grandparents and go through Tallahassee. This was before interstates and we would go up US 27 and I remember driving past the tung oil orchards east of Tallahassee. There was a processing plant in Capps if I remember correctly and you would smell the oil cooking. It smelled like restaurants frying food. We witnessed the gradual decline by the late 60s. I later lived in Tallahassee for about 8 years but by then all the orchards were gone.