Just looking for an opinion from all you experts out there. I assume a lot of the western feedlots raise their own crops. I have seen miles and miles of irrigated corn growing on the high plains and in western Nebraska. With ever increasing fuel costs, the breakeven must keep rising. What is the current breakeven cost for corn on the average for irrigated corn? The thing that I am worried about is how you and the large packer feedlots can keep producing if fuel costs keep rising as they are predicted to do. Am also under the impression that lower water tables are causing increasing costs. With these low prices does the govt subsidize corn farming for irrigated farms over and above the LDP rate? If they don't it looks to me like the big corporate feedlots are farming at a loss. Was just wondering if continually rising imput costs and conceivably lower cattle prices will change structure of cattle feeding industry. How are big packer feeders going to react to negative fed margines? Will they raise product prices or quit feeding?