Thank you for the question, John.
Well, when we look at our pork sector, they had estimated that in order for them to.... Obviously, none of the requests that are included in the $2.6 billion are people's expectations of coming out of this whole. What we're looking at is that we want to be able to survive this. We can look at the $50 million offered to pork and beef. That did fall quite significantly short of the combined just over $800 million that they felt they needed in order to maintain herds or just to survive COVID.
In general, I think, we walk a tight line there. We're so pleased to see that some monies have been put towards agriculture, and we're thankful to have our Prime Minister mention it in the press. We're also pleased to hear him say that this is the beginning.
We're just trying to convey the sense of urgency. We need money now. People now are having to feed animals that were supposed to go to slaughter. It's having impacts on animal welfare and on how people are going to survive this from the perspective of farms.