If I had the answer to that, it would be good, but I can't help you there.
It's a big concern when you offer more avenues for increased debt and you're not solving the problems that we're experiencing on the export market, as Mr. Carey, Erin and others have commented. We need government that will go into these marketplaces, such as India where the pulses concern is, such as Italy with durum, which has become better, and such as China with oilseeds.
We can't compete with a neighbour to the south that has limitless pockets, or deep pockets, to support their sector. We need actions where trade avenues actually work. We're free marketers. We enjoy that. We don't like debt.