Farmers and growers across the country are selling their food and crops to retailers and wholesalers.
The farmers say the prices are too high and the prices that farmers can afford are not high enough.
They are selling in their own fields or on the open market.
The government is considering a change to the rules on what farmers can sell on the market.
Farmers are asking that prices be set at fair and reasonable prices.
Farmers say that farmers and their families can afford to pay the fair market value for their food.
But farmers are also concerned about what could happen if farmers lose access to markets and they have to close their farms to keep up with the demand.
Some farmers are selling for less than the fair and fair market price.