I'll take that one, Steve.
Thanks, John, for the question. AgriInvest does put money into producers' hands on a regular basis, and more quickly. It could be used as a savings account for when situations like this happen. In order to make it more effective, though, you would need to raise the amounts paid. At 1% it takes a long time to build up a sizable account that's going to have any sort of significant impact on the operation. I would recommend that you take a look at raising those amounts if you want it to be more effective for producers.