At the beginning of the season, I could sell, we would have had a nice crop that I knew was going to make it, if we didn't have the frost, I could have sold a bunch of potatoes and stuff. We tried to have them all contracted and so is what we did. As those uncontracted guys that were looking for potatoes, I actually we turned them down because I didn't know how they were going to sort out. And so we really we cut back a lot on that because we knew we were going to be short. And so I was saving potatoes for the guys that always get spuds for me. And so we were just making sure that we could get them covered. And it looked like we were going to need every single one of them to make sure that we covered all our contracts we had.
And then it goes from that crash to you got a whole bunch of more spuds that you got to try to get rid of and people backing out of contracts. Yep. What a year. But that's a farmer's life.