It is quite clear the minister had an estimate and he was afraid his estimate would be exhausted. Why not let the committee know what the estimate is? After he strikes an estimate as to what is required for these different branches under the head of dairying, why not inform the committee what the estimate is? It is apparent from the minister's last statement that he was afraid last year his estimate would be exceeded. The committee was not informed as to what the amount of that estimate was. Why should a committee of this House not know what the minister proposes to do with the money?