Not only would it help farmers, but it would also help society at large, since the impact is being felt in every community. I don't need to convince you of that.
Mr. Fontaine, I'd like to continue talking about the importance of supply management.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I read articles mentioning that chicken farmers weren't asking the government for compensation for the drop in production they're experiencing because they've been able to manage the situation themselves thanks to supply management. They do, however, need some assurances, since they would incur significant losses if livestock had to be euthanized or they had to depopulate poultry houses, as you said. You pointed out earlier that the AgriRecovery program doesn't fully cover those losses.
Did I get that right? Would you mind rounding out your answer?