AgriInsurance has great uptake, certainly in Manitoba, where there is a program available for most commodities.
We have been throwing around the idea of whether there is a way to make that program a bit more responsive to changes in income. It's a program that's well understood, and it's fairly easy as a farmer to participate in it. The uptake rate is—I want to say—85%.
That's one idea.
There's also AgriInvest, where, rather than specific constraints about when a farmer would receive a payment, a farmer could make that decision himself or herself. The feedback we have from our members is that the matching is a bit too low. It certainly is an under-subscribed program that, really, farmers should be paying more attention to than they do.
We would like to look at that. Is that a program that we can enhance, or that can be enhanced, to give farmers a tool to cover their own income risks?