Farmers and ranchers in California are expected to receive a big boost in subsidies after Gov.
Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that will give the state’s largest agricultural banks $4 million to buy ads promoting their products and services.
The bill, which has bipartisan support in the state Assembly, was signed into a law by Brown on Friday.
It will be paid for by the California Agriculture Marketing and Promotion Commission, the agency that oversees the state Department of Food and Agriculture.
The California Farm Bureau, which is the state agricultural marketing agency, has been one of the largest advertisers for the state and its farmers.
The agency has a budget of more than $7 million.
The Agriculture Marketing Advertising Council is one of a handful of advocacy groups that has spent millions of dollars to lobby against the legislation.
The Council has spent more than a million dollars to oppose the bill in recent years, and is also suing to stop the measure from becoming law.
The law gives the banks $500,000 to advertise in agricultural publications and online outlets.
It also gives the agencies the ability to create ad campaigns for their own agricultural products and sell them to farmers.
The agency has spent $9 million in advertising since January.
It plans to spend another $6 million this year to promote products in a wide range of industries, including agricultural.
The agencies spending on ads will increase by $500 million in the fiscal year starting in 2018.
The agencies budget will increase to $9.5 billion this fiscal year from $8.4 billion.
The legislation, which was signed by Brown in his State of the State address in February, also expands the use of ad buys by the agencies to include outdoor advertising.
It requires the agencies that buy ads to disclose how they are paid and how much they are being paid.
The bill also makes it easier for agencies to buy political ads through an online advertising program.
California agricultural marketing officials have criticized the bill for unfairly penalizing farmers and rancher groups that oppose the measure.
They argue the money spent to buy the ads could go to food banks and other programs that would be more efficiently managed by the state agency.
“The agricultural marketing agencies are a key source of funding for the California agriculture industry,” said Mark Hausberg, president of the California Farm Marketing Association.
“This bill will hurt the agricultural marketing industries.
It’s unfair to the farmers and the ranchers that work hard to grow the state.
This is just a slap in the face.”
California has a strong agricultural industry, but it is also a struggling one.
The agriculture industry is struggling with high unemployment and the downturn in the oil and gas industry.
The agricultural industry is the largest employer in the California state and the nation, and the industry employs about 4 million people, according to the California Department of Farm and Industry.