A Stepping Stone Oct 27
We understand the target of the bill. But on the flip side, not having readily available alternatives in place is probably the most or is the most concerning part of this bill. This is not the first time California has done something like this, and it's just there's a frustration from us on the user end because, you know, here we're left holding the bag of trying to find alternatives that may not come to fruition by that point. And and again, this is this is worth noting for this particular issue. It's, you know, in California AG, with the exception of Sigma, you know, there's none of these laws and regulations individually are going to undo our farm operations, but it's the, you know, death by a thousand cuts and this is another one of those cuts.
This could be a stepping stone to regulate other large equipment utilized on farms and ranches.
Well, we're already there. We're already there. We're already we're already in the process of working on that as well. So, you know, this is one of those stepping stones you know, you're going to see eventually down the road, bigger engines gone after, as well as other types of gas operated gas powered types of equipment.