splashing cash on a sauna

March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/21/2008, p67
Trade Publication
The author comments on the traditions of a family of cereal growers in Finland, particularly the tradition where each Saturday all of the male staff, from managing director to yard sweeper, have a sauna together in the farm. He relates his experience in taking part in Finnish traditions like snow biking, moose eating and Schnapps drinking. He describes the impact of having a sauna with an all-male group. He stresses how the sauna tradition contribute to the success of the cereal farm.


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