Producers have a number of strategies they can use. One is when cows enter milking parlor. There are sprays and fans there to watch the cows and cool them down prior to milking. And then as they're leaving the milking parlor, some dairies will put in a drenching station where the cows are soaked. And so as they walk back to their houses area, that water evaporates and cools the cow as she walks back to her place where she's being housed. And then in the housing area, you can have these bands with mist in them so that that blow cooler on the cows to cool. It's not one single thing. Producers have to use a variety of methods depending on where the cow is located, whether she's in the parlor being milked or in her housing area, if she's trying to rest or if you're trying to get her to eat because you want the cow to eat to produce. Well, where do you cool the cow? Those are all questions dairy will have to answer.