Why California’s farmers are selling their products at record lows, and why that could make the market collapse worse

California farmers have been selling their produce at record low prices for months.

But that has caused the state’s agribusiness industry to begin selling at a record low price.

That could make it even harder for the agricultural industry to make a profit in the future.

Here’s why.

Agricultural advertising is a $2.6 billion industry.

The agriculture advertising market is growing, and is expected to be worth more than $4.3 billion by 2021, according to market research firm eMarketer.

It’s an industry that has seen a major decline in the number of ads it produces over the last decade, with the largest drop being in California, which has seen sales drop more than 50 percent.

But there is still a big growth in the agricultural advertising market, which grew by 10.9 percent between January 2018 and December 2019.

Agribusies are spending millions of dollars to market their products in ways that are likely to boost their bottom lines, including using social media to promote their products, creating and sharing ads, and advertising in local newspapers and magazines.

But those efforts can be expensive.

The largest ad agency, Ogilvy and Mather, spent $3.7 million on ad campaigns during the first quarter of 2019, according a report from eMarketers.

The average cost of an ad in 2019 was about $30,000, according the report.

But the industry has seen significant growth in spending in the past few years, and there are now more than 700 ad agencies in the state.

And that’s expected to continue.

The biggest advertising agency in the country is Ogilbury, which spent $1.3 million on its first ad campaign for the 2019 crop year.

The agency spent about $1 million on a single day of advertising in the first three months of 2019.

That number has more than doubled in the last three months.

For the entire crop year, the agency spent $2,600,000.

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