One of the things I always get a little bit concerned about, I guess, is the cash flow. We can have all the net worth we want, but the issue is that we still have to pay the bill. The concern, when we watch land prices move from $1,000 an acre to $20,000 an acre, is the cash flow. I know it gets extenuated out onto assets that are owned. Is it a concern in terms of, one, the interest rate?
To Farm Credit, what is the tipping point on interest, or the trip for the red flag—the point at which a number of producers will start to get into trouble?