That's where upping our number of cows and where production comes into play, which we would do immediately—and have started to do anyway. If you remember, our industry has been in retraction ever since 2005 because of BSE. BSE occurred in 2003, but because we couldn't export anything, our herds grew. Then after 2005 and 2006, when we reopened some markets, our herds retracted mostly because of our producers becoming older and there being no value in the product. Now things have changed around, as there's value in our product. We have young producers interested in getting into the industry, so our herds are starting to grow again.
We don't feel there will be any problem meeting the markets. Another thing to remember, too, is that Japan was a market we had prior to BSE. They liked their grain-fed, high quality product, and when our borders closed, that's when Australia took over and Japan learned to like that grass-fed product. We feel very confident, because they like higher-end product, that we can regain that market.