One of the reasons beef prices have drastically gone up is the short supply of beef. The biggest reason there's a short supply of beef is that there's been no profitability in the industry for our producers. As I said before, there's been a huge retraction of the cattle herd.
With TPP, CETA, and these other deals we value, there could be as much as $150 increase per carcass for our producers, which will mean that the profitability will be there for our producers, so the volume of cattle will go up. It stands to reason that with the quantity going up, prices will probably come down to a little bit more reasonable levels here in the stores.
The other thing you also must remember, with more cattle being processed, with more offshoots because of that, there will be jobs for these people that are wanting to buy the product as well.