We sold canola to Richardson back in July and locked in favourable basis levels and fixed prices on target price las well. We delivered on these contracts this fall. We received our cheque and found price differences from prices contracted. We checked into it further and apparently Richardson contracts done prior to July 31 2014 were based on an estimated freight. That freight estimate was 5.52 less then current freight levels. In total ended up costing us $7000. They are unwilling to do anything about it. There is not much point in locking in price with Richardson if there contracts are not worth the paper there printed on. I just thought I would check if this a new thing for Richardson or something they have always done. They are new to this area from the Viterra mergers so only been dealing with Richardson for the past year.