On Sunday, the big daddy’s grill will be selling brisket from the Big Daddy’s barbecue chicken farm in south-central Oklahoma.

The new menu item is called “Bacon For $1.”

The Big Daddy BBQ chicken farm sells the meat for $2.50 and $2 for $4, which is about the same price as the pork belly at the South America-themed steakhouse.

The prices are about $3 to $4 less than the usual steakhouse price.

It’s a good deal, especially considering the price of a pound of bacon at the restaurant is about $2 per pound.

That’s about $1 less than it costs to grill brisket at a Big Daddy.

“We’re trying to keep it affordable for the locals, for folks who want to eat barbecue, but they’re not going to be able to afford to cook for themselves,” said Mark McGovern, the restaurant’s chief marketing officer.

The restaurant has also added a bacon-laced barbecue sandwich to the menu.

The Big Dog BBQ chicken plant is one of several in the Oklahoma town of Hays that are being shuttered as a result of a wave of farm closures over the past several years.

The shutdowns have had a devastating impact on the local economy.

The local economy has declined by more than $60 million, according to a report from the Oklahoma Business and Industry Association.

In some cases, the losses have been so severe that the town has lost its ability to pay the bills for its schools, roads and police.

The closure of the Hays factory has had a particularly detrimental effect on the town’s economy, said Bill Mott, the Hensville-based director of the Oklahoma Economic Development Corporation.

Hays has about 1,100 employees and a $30 million payroll, he said.

“That’s $8,000 a month that’s going out the door,” he said of the factory.

“It’s just the cost of living that’s so high.”

Mott said he hopes to reopen the factory this summer.

“The Big Dog is a wonderful place to work, to live and to raise a family, and I’m really looking forward to getting back to work,” he added.

The move to close the factory was a major blow to the town, Mott added.

“This has really hurt a lot of folks.”

In May, the town filed for bankruptcy protection and the Big Dog Chicken plant closed in the fall.

The town’s financial woes prompted the city to ask the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help cover the estimated $5.5 million in damages the factory caused to the community.

The U.P.A. agreed to help the town through a $2 million loan.

The farm closed after the federal government said it would pay only 75 percent of the costs to the farm, but Mott still believes that the factory should have been shut down.

“I think the farm is a very important piece of the community and that’s why I feel they need help, but the city of Hanes is not,” he told The Oklahoman.

The federal government has been helping Hanes since it was founded in 1872, and the U,P.C.A., is the agency that administers the farm loan program.

But Mott has a different view.

“In my opinion, I think it should be the taxpayers who pay the farm,” he wrote in a letter to the USDA.

The USDA has not commented on Mott’s letter.

“If the USDA decides to assist the town of Hickory, the agency will continue to look for ways to ensure that the farmer can maintain his farm, that the community can continue to enjoy its benefits and that the taxpayers are protected from any further damage,” the USDA wrote in an emailed statement to The Okla.

“Any federal agency can help with farm assistance in situations where the farm itself is destroyed or damaged by a natural disaster, such as when the owner of the farm closes it down, for example.”

The Hens are also asking the U.,P.S., to help them pay for damages from a fire that caused a partial collapse of the Big Dawg restaurant in March.

The fire was caused by a faulty hose that was installed on a sprinkler system in the Big D’s building, said Brad Smith, the city’s fire chief.

In June, the federal agency gave Hens a $6.7 million loan to rebuild the restaurant.

The loan was secured by a 20-year fixed-rate mortgage on the Big Dogs’ building, according of a statement from the U P.A.’s loan program, which administers mortgage-backed securities.

The program covers $4.9 million of the $7.7 billion in loans made to Hens.