I will come to that later. The average price for the year 1925 was $1.25 per bushel; and for the year 1926, $1.08. During 1927 there was considerable wet, damp and tough grain. The weather conditions were very adverse in our province during that year, and the average price received was only 97 cents per bushel. We will not take any one year, but we will add the four of them together and take the average of the average prices of the four years. The total is $4.51, and dividing that by four we get an average price of $1.12f for the four years during which the pool operated. The same publication tells us that the average price of the 1928 crop was 77 cents a bushel.
Subtopic: WHEAT-INSPECTION, SHIPMENT AND PROTEIN CONTENT-REFERENCE TO COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE