We are too. We aren't ready to give it up. The big monster processing facility, not only in cattle but in every other form of agriculture, leads to efficiencies that enable the price in the grocery store for our food to be pretty reasonable for pretty good stuff. I'll talk about beef, because that's what I'm familiar with. If we split the processing and made a lot more smaller plants, we'd lose the efficiency, which in turn would drop the price I got for my cattle and raise the price of food in grocery stores.
I think we're all going to learn from this. We're all going to go through it together. That includes the processors. They're doing stuff within those plants now; I mean, they're superinnovators. They want to process cattle, and they're making it pretty much.... You never know, but in another pandemic we'd be a lot more prepared, under the same system, than we were this time.