Mr. WEIR (Melfort):
Replying to the hon. member for Northumberland (Mr. Fraser) it is not felt necessary to change the whole picture but that a slight change in the picture will have the effect that we desire, and I do personally think that this million dollars spent in the way that has been outlined will be sufficient inducement to more farmers to send their milk to the cheese factory so that they can hold the market that they have, and it will draw from that milk4 which is being manufactured into butter sufficient to keep us from going on an export basis in regard to butter. I would like hon. members of the committee to keep in mind, rather than what might be called political or economic theories, this fact, that while we are sitting here there are hundreds of thousands of farmers in the country who are having a very difficult time carrying on, and especially those in the dairy industry.