Yes. Thanks, Charlie. I can add to that.
To provide some context, we're still at about 130,000 head of backed-up cattle as of the week ending June 13. Feedlots have incurred additional costs of around $3.6 million to that week, ranging anywhere from $605-per-head losses earlier in the pandemic.... That has been lowered a little bit as we've progressed, to just over $200 per head.
Certainly, with the AgriRecovery funding and the set-aside that's looking to be in place in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario, there will be some really good usefulness for it as we get into larger supplies coming in ready for market in that July-to-September time frame. Using that program will provide some help with being able to manage the supply with the demand of cattle.