The challenge in the agricultural sector is there are multiple layers, and the farmers are going to grow it for them, but they're not going to export it. Typically, you need something that's called an elevator—it's a distribution hub in reverse—and they're going to take the stuff in from the farmers. They're going to pay the farmers. It's those elevators that are actually going to export, because they have enough critical mass, enough volume to ship it, and they have the ability and potential to ship it. There are multiple layers.
You almost have to sell the elevator, as opposed to the farmer, because the elevator's the one that's going to contract the farmer. The farmer's the one who's going to grow it for them, but typically, an average farmer doesn't have enough volume to satisfy the needs that you're talking about or have enough critical mass to put a shipping program together to line containers up. There's a big challenge out of Saskatchewan, for example, in that area, getting containers to ship out. Most of that stuff is going to go out by container. Getting containers to Saskatchewan and to the east coast is a bit of a challenge. It's logistical.