Thank you. So, during just the first seven months of operational time, we’ve already made £213 million of investment available for the benefit of communities, farmers, foresters and food businesses in Wales, and the majority of that was for farmers and foresters, with £110 million of grants being made available to them. Of course, you’ll know that, for farmers, foresters and landowners, 70 per cent is only available to those people, and they’re able to access almost the entire remainder of the rural development programme as well. We’ve already introduced, or opened, a number of schemes, as you know. Farming Connect is a great offer for farmers, and I’d certainly encourage them to engage with it. Glastir Advanced, commons, organic, woodland restoration and woodland creation have all been opened. Sustainable production grants have been opened, and a second window for expressions of interest for that is being opened, with the budget tripled. The food business investment grant and the rural community development fund are open, the co-operation and supply chain development schemes are open, with the chance to make transformational change right across the supply chain; and the timber business investment scheme and Glastir small grants scheme have all been opened, and I would encourage farmers to avail themselves of the opportunities provided by those.