Yes, it's clearly helpful to have a parent who supports them with that strong backing, whether it's from assets, or perhaps for security on loans, and who has that management capability and the experience that comes with multiple generations of seeing highs and lows and all the things you learn along the way.
It's not unprecedented, though, to have young people start and build their way into very viable operations. As farming got more robust, that was one of our challenges, even on our staff, where we have a lot of agriculture grads who clearly want to be farmers. It wasn't unheard of for them to start and to work their way into full-time operations totally independent of the family that they grew up operating with. It does happen. It is facilitated faster and probably with more ease with that financial backing of a parent or a family structure like that, but that's not absolutely necessary to make it happen.