Thank you very much.
For my next question, I'll turn to Meyers Norris Penny.
We've heard a lot over the last number of years about how farm debt has significantly increased over the last 20 years. You might look at gross sales by farms in general in Canada and see that they're doing quite well and increasing, but farmers also have a lot of costs, and the amount they're left with at the end of the year can fluctuate wildly.
If we do not improve these BRM programs significantly and look at all the risk that's apparent in the agricultural market, are we going to see a link between not improving BRM programs and an increase in farm debt, with more and more farms going under? It would be helpful to hear your thoughts.