You need numbers to actually say you’re, you’re managing, and you’re making decisions because you can’t make a decision with a pair of animals other than do we breed them or don’t we breed them. And the genetics are the genetics. You can’t, you know, so. So I think our philosophy early on evolved into the fact that, that you need not just your display herd, but you need the second herd, preferably the third herd and a place to hold the extra males. And of course that, you know, that we developed kind of in, in house first. And then when we, you know, when we took over the, and finally developed a safari park, you know, which is, you know, 23, 24 miles west of town, you know, out on the Platte river, then that really gave us the place to hold that second herd or the extra males and things like that. That came about as a bit of a fluke in that, you know, cause we got 440 acres out there and we never really intended, never, my goal and the intent was never to develop that as a drive through exhibit, which 200 acres of it is, but it’s all north American animals. My, the intent was to have a conservation farm, a backup breeding farm, holding farm to, so we could hold those extra males so that we could rotate males into the herd so that we could have the second and third herd and then swap, you know, trade out calves, female calves and all.