Under AgriStability the $6.5 million in losses have already been incurred, so if it goes forward, we're looking at more increases. You're right, AgriRecovery certainly is the way we need to manage this.
There has not been a lot of flexibility under AgriRecovery, and we have said that the biggest part of the issue is the price drop. The prices dropped because of an excess supply. As a processor, they have tons of supply and don't have to pay the price they need, so they can pay a lower price. Already we've had to hold back cattle. We've had to pay feed costs, all of these extraordinary costs, and then on top of that you're dealing with this price drop. AgriRecovery can't cover that price drop; it can only cover the feed costs. So yes, that's a help for sure, but it's not where the biggest losses are being incurred.
Being able to have more flexibility around that would certainly be helpful under AgriRecovery.