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California farmers could experience labor shortage this seasonSan Joaquin Valley farmworkers are convinced farms are likely to be raided by federal agents intent on rounding up undocumented immigrants and shipping them back to Mexico or Central America this spring. This has led some to wonder if California farms will be able to find enough workers this harvesting season.
With many fearing the authorities will also set up checkpoints on the highways, the United Farm Workers union said the labor flow has already been cut in half at some farms.
“If they don’t need us here to work the fields, who’s going to do the work?” said a 54-year-old farmworker named Metorio, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico and a father of three. The Sacramento Bee is only using his first name because he fears deportation.
Publication date: 3/21/2017
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