Salinas, Calif.-based D’Arrigo Bros. of California signed a new contract with the United Farm Workers union that will cover more than 1,500 farm workers, according to a news release.
Instead of building a wall to keep illegal immigrants out, perhaps we should construct barriers to prevent their leaving.
Busted for providing substandard housing to vegetable field workers in Monterey County in 2017, a California farm labor contractor will pay $162,082 in Department of Labor penalties.
Like U.S. producers, British farmers are increasingly worried about a labor shortage.
Western Growers and the California Farm Bureau, citing issues important to produce growers, are pushing back on Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s AG Act, which the American Farm Bureau Federation is supporting.
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