This reminds me of a long distance call that I made last year with regard to butter. The production of butter was large enough but it was rationed. The wholesalers could not buy more because the cold storage warehouses were probably not large enough and the butter was purchased by the government from the farmers and then sold at a much higher price to the United States without the farmer receiving any further benefit. It is quite strange that it happens in this country. There has been a severe rationing of butter within the last few weeks and I cannot understand it. How is it that the government has purshased a large quantity of butter from the farmers of Canada which has been sold to the United States at a much higher price than that prevailing in Canada at the time without the Canadian farmers receiving any more benefit? That question has been asked many times.