The profits can be from investors, stock valuation, brand recognition, or sales at the store. It doesn’t need to be at the farm if you own the distribution and brands, I’m sure there is tax shenanigans. But that’s just my theory I know very little about how it all works.Yes hands on owners run a different ship than paid hired hands. Alof of farms survive because of the tenacity of the owners in the hot seats. The corporate farm loses that practical tenacity. They can hire their way around that but there goes the profit margins!