Yes, an increase in interest rates would probably have an impact on the amount of debt that farms would be willing to take on, as well as, perhaps, even the asset values. If the demand for assets is weaker because of higher interest rates, because it's a little harder to make a good business plan to purchase a piece of land and turn a profit on it, then perhaps you'd see the demand for asset values slow down.
We haven't done any analyses that would look at the farm debt-to-asset ratio, in terms of what would happen if interest rates go up. I would suggest that, perhaps, it's not going to come up very fast. As I said, that would have an impact on asset values as well as an impact on debt. The two would probably balance out and somewhat cancel out. I would probably see a slight increase in debt-to-asset if higher interest rates come up, but I don't think it would put the financial situation of Canadian farms in a difficult spot.