We in the Farm Bureau are concerned with all aspects of agriculture. Today, as you can see, we're here with the dairy. We are concerned with the dairy, making sure that it works properly and the cattle are fed properly. And as you can see, the cows look really well. They're being fed well, I think as a whole, Bingham county farmers and ranchers are taking very good care of their land and their livestock. So we can be assured that we're getting the best and nutritious food that we can have. Well, the small business is a concern, especially people that have foot traffic. And the foot traffic is all but stopped in a society that we have nowadays. And that is a concern. That's a concern of the farmers and ranchers, workers, restaurants and small cafes, mom and pop operations that rely on people. That is a big concern for us because we want them to survive, because their economy really helps farmers and ranchers. And so that that is a concern. And we hope that some way that they can survive and when this thing's over. They can pick up and get going again and we can return to our normal lives again.
Well, I think the important thing to realize about a farmer, and rancher is we're dedicated to taking care of what we have, land, livestock, whatever. So. And doing that like a dairy farmer, he's there every day to take care of his cows and make sure that they're taking the cows. They're taking care of. They take care of him.