I am very much in favour of both of those things. As for the bankruptcy protection, I consider financial protection for produce growers essential for empowering the growers to have confidence that they are going to get paid. The reality is that by the time a bankruptcy registers, we could be on the hook for weeks and weeks of sales, and this could leave us in a bad position.
As for insurance, the challenge we have is that not all vegetable and fruit crops are insurable right now. I happen to be a greenhouse cucumber grower. Our crops are not insurable, and this leaves us in a particularly challenging place because we have no backstop available to us other than AgriStability. To reinforce Mr. Kuyvenhoven's comments, 70% of 70% just doesn't do it for us. Our margins are far narrower than that, so 85% of 85% is the only acceptable solution, I think, from both sides.