A question for Randy Dickhut, senior vice president of real estate operations at Farmers National Company. “Let’s say some big money operation buys a farm as an investment for a hedge fund or something like that, who actually operates those farms? You are separating out the investor which is the same as if somebody inherited the farm or if they were an individual buying a farm for a holding, they are not going to farm it themselves, they are going lease it to local farmers. In the typical grain crop areas, an investor, whether it is an individual or an investment fund, they will lease it out to local farmers. Farmers aren't losing it they are just having to rent it. A lot of times these investment funds work with farmers of various sizes who source farms to buy, they know they are for sale. The investment fund will buy it, then that Farmer will get to lease it. The investment funds do not typically overpay.