Marin County’s agriculture commissioner last week presented his annual crop and livestock report to the Board of Supervisors, flagging a downward trend in the value of cattle, hay, fruit, vegetables and aquaculture but a steady value for milk, which accounted for 45 percent of the total gross value of agriculture in 2016. 

“A farmer might . . .

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