Problem? I've already been doing that. The mechanics of it aren't complicated. That APY will go down as more people join to get their price of the pie. Most farming apps also halve their rates after x number of weeks. It's meant to make those invested earlier in the project have more voting power on the direction of the project, while also leveling the playing ground a little between whales and shrimps. People don't understand it and miss out on money - they'll be surprised to see the rates go down to 60% APY like Pankcakeswap in a few months and wish they got in while the rates were still this high.
I was afraid to get my toes wet but farming with BAO made all of this easy for me. I know what to expect, I know why it's high APY, and I know that this is the best time to get in. Even at BAO's current dip level, I've made profit despite it going below my entry price because I've farmed for an entire month and a half and made like 4x my initial investment by now.