As Mr. Carey indicated, different crops have different effects. It's more noticeable right now with the soybean and the corn sectors. On the other commodities, in terms of canola, we've seen the hit for over a year: lack of market access to one of our key exporting countries. We've seen the effects of the U.S. farm programs affecting some of our prices.
It's hard to really quantify the total damage. I think what we're waiting for now is the other shoe to fall. If we don't have the proper programs in our back pockets that will work for us, that are designed to work properly, then when that other shoe falls we're going to be in serious trouble.