I think what we see with the U.S. farm bill is that in western Canada we're on the North American market when it comes to machinery, for instance, and the price of new and used machinery has been artificially supported by the payments that American farmers are getting. They have money in their pockets and they're spending on equipment. We haven't seen a decrease in equipment values. Typically in western Canada when there's a large machinery auction, a lot of that machinery goes to the United States. They have money in their pockets to spend on equipment.
The same can be said for—