Well, in the beginning it was, I look at it as a misunderstanding and a posturing. We had people in AZA who said, “We are the rhino experts. We know what we’re doing.” And we had people on the ranchers that say, “Hey boy, we’ve been raising cattle and horses for hundreds of years. And we sort of know what we’re doing with animals too. And rhino’s just a big horse.” And so that was, I think the two opposite views we had and slowly but surely, I think they came to reach a mutual agreement that the ranches could provide and help, and to work toward a common goal, which was to save the rhinos.