Michel, I can start on this.
As we've said, right now, we're already backlogged by about 130,000 cattle in western Canada. As I just mentioned, the loss that's going to cause for the cattle feeders in a best-case scenario for that 25,000 head is around $6.5 million. The set-aside programs that are up and running have just started now. They do appear to be moving cattle fairly well, but I think the biggest issue for cattle feeders is the price volatility they're looking at and, like we've said, with drops of $300 to $450 per head, that's quite significant.
Michel, maybe I'll let you fill in.