Thank you very much, Mr. Chair. I'm going to be splitting my time with my colleague Mr. Ruff.
I want to start with Ms. Tranberg. You and Monsieur Daigle had a chance to talk about it briefly. With the backlog of more than 100,000 head of cattle and the processing just starting to get back up to its full capacity, I've heard a lot of concern from cattle producers about the fall calf run and the impact this is going to have. We're not through this yet.
I'm wondering if you could just briefly touch on what you're anticipating this fall when feedlots are full and cow-calf operators are going to start selling their calves here in the next couple of months—and that's not even considering if we have a second wave. What kind of position is the industry in to be able to handle that?