I'm not sure I've studied the issue specifically that way. We have a huge range of producers who have a lot of competitive options. In the crop sector, they can grow a significant series of different crops on their property—corn, soybeans, canola, wheat, barley. There are a lot of crop options. Within the soybean value chain, a large number of companies are involved in seed development and seed breeding. There's a large number of multinational companies doing this, and also smaller Canadian-owned innovative companies. In the export market too, there is a range of export companies. Producers have a choice of where to go to market their grain and a series of new options. There is a competitive dynamic in Canada that allows choice at every level.
On April 18th, 2016. See this statement in context.