Dairy farms face labor struggle; foreign works pose unique challenges – eDairyNews
Countries United States |22 diciembre, 2017

Dairy Farmers | Dairy farms face labor struggle; foreign works pose unique challenges

MIDDLEBURY — The Dec. 2 visit to Middlebury from the Mexican consulate in Boston gave Mexicans laboring on Addison County farms an opportunity to get important documents, get informed about legal rights, exchange ideas and experiences, and access various kinds of support.

By: Gaen Murphree

Source: Addison Independent

Link: http://www.addisonindependent.com/201712dairy-farms-face-labor-struggle-foreign-works-pose-unique-challenges

It also brought area farmers together with Consul General Emilio Rabasa to hear the farmer side of the equation.

Chief among dairy farmer concerns? The continued lack of federal immigration policy that supports the labor needs of dairy farms.

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