Thank you. Thank you. I have, and I'm sure everyone here has, A) a hundred questions, B) wants to hug you.
I'm just going to ask you one quick question.
When you first start this and you bring in a flock of animals, it's desert.
What do they eat? How does that part work? How do you start?
Well, we have done this for a long time, and the only time we have ever had to provide any feed is during mine reclamation, where it's 100 percent bare.
But many years ago, we took the worst land in Zimbabwe,
where I offered a ￡5 note in a hundred-mile drive if somebody could find one grass in a hundred-mile drive,
and on that, we trebled the stocking rate, the number of animals, in the first year with no feeding, just by the movement, mimicking nature,
and using a sigmoid curve, that principle.
It's a little bit technical to explain here, but just that.
Well, I would love to -- I mean, this such an interesting and important idea.
The best people on our blog are going to come and talk to you and try and -- I want to get more on this that we could share along with the talk.
That is an astonishing talk, truly an astonishing talk,
and I think you heard that we all are cheering you on your way.
Thank you so much. Well, thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Chris.