Thank you very much.
Innovation, of course. I always use this as an example. As a farmer, I picked potatoes by hand. I was a seed potato producer. I picked potatoes off the ground when I was a young boy one time many years ago, and the last seed potatoes that I grew didn't touch a human hand, and that's about 25 years ago. Basically if you're going to be in the business, innovation is a vital part of making sure that our agricultural sector.... Whether in the supply management sector or any other sector in the country, it is very important that you keep up with innovation. You never get there. It keeps going, and we have to make sure that farmers are on the cutting edge. That's what every other country in the world is doing, and that's what we have to do. We have the farmers and ranchers who want to do it and are doing it. An example that is mostly in the west is Canada beef, how they handle the situation, how they handle carcasses, how they butcher and sell the meat worldwide, how they make sure the farmers in the end get the best dollar for their product.
It's a great example, but nobody understands better than the people involved in Canada beef how vitally important it is that we continue to be innovative, that we continue to stay on the cutting edge, and that's what we're going to do.