"Yields are up quite a bit from last year. So in relation to last year, a lot better. So the yield as of the June one conditions, we're estimating Idaho’s winter wheat yield at 94 bushels per acre and that is compared to 71 bushels per acre in 2021. So that's quite an increase. It is. Speaker1: Indeed. To what do you attribute the success? Is it the fact that we've had a lot more precipitation, precipitation? Speaker2: Yes, there's been more moisture and 2021 was a really poor year in terms of moisture. I think if you look at 2020, our yield in 2020 was 101 bushels per acre. So if you look at, say, the last four or five, six years, the one that really stands out more is 2021 being on the low side. But 2020 was the highest yield in quite some time, I believe." Speaker1: Well, Dennis, if you believe it, then I believe it. It must be.