Yes, I would agree with your comment. A lot of producers have opted out of the program because they didn't see the benefits and it was costing them more to do the paperwork than it was worth. It wasn't worth it, plus the paperwork is very time- consuming and it just hasn't been worth it for some producers. Obviously, in the last number of years, we've had the changing landscape in agriculture and many challenges, especially in 2019 with the harvest from hell, trade disputes, rail blockades and stuff. It has been challenging.
What we often see with the producers who have participated in AgriStability is that because there is such a lag between when the disaster happens and when they receive a potential payout, it's just not effective for the producers.