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California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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Post: #46
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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Hello, we have PRISONERS that could pick for MONEY. When I lived in the Dominican Republic, if you went into jail, you either worked in the sugar cane fields to EAT, or your relatives had to bring you food.

That sounds like a fantastic plan!
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Post: #47
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
Complete drivel. It used to be the field workers would come up from Mexico and work the various harvest seasons and then return to Mexico. They'd make enough to live quite comfortably in Mexico. I know this for a fact as I have talked with many of them as my wifes dad was a potato farmer in Idaho and used seasonal help of which migrant workers were a large part. The problem is many stopped going back to Mexico and stayed in the US illegally.
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Post: #48
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
Caught in the US illegally sentenced to two years hard labor in the field picking crops. Problem solved.
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RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

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They are just upset they can't underpay as many illegals as they like.
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RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2018 10:06 PM)
California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

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And yet California has tent cities filled with the jobless.

I call bullshit. THEY do this whenever they want to justify open doors immigration. Of course there are enough workers. Just maybe not for a nickel an hour.
Many crops are exported to China - they can offload the higher labor costs on to them. Cosmic irony.
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RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-14-2018 07:24 PM)
Caught in the US illegally sentenced to two years hard labor in the field picking crops. Problem solved.

It is one thing where there is unfilled demand in areas requiring specialized skills. A horse jockey comes to mind. Mexicans are tiny while Americans are fat. Somebody to pick fruit? Any teenager can do that.
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Caught in the US illegally sentenced to two years hard labor in the field picking crops. Problem solved.

It is one thing where there is unfilled demand in areas requiring specialized skills. A horse jockey comes to mind. Mexicans are tiny while Americans are fat. Somebody to pick fruit? Any teenager can do that.

Mechanical harvester trucks and robots are doing it NOW.
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Post: #53
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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Caught in the US illegally sentenced to two years hard labor in the field picking crops. Problem solved.

It is one thing where there is unfilled demand in areas requiring specialized skills. A horse jockey comes to mind. Mexicans are tiny while Americans are fat. Somebody to pick fruit? Any teenager can do that.

Thats funny most jockey's are white.
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Post: #54
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
Stop wasting so much food! We don't need such a ridiculous surplus, most of it goes to waste. At some point it has to be about feeding people and not about making money.
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Post: #55
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
A tiny change in labour laws or immigration fine print
Can destroy a farm
Especially seasonal and if depends on many workers

Huge yielding harvests
Use machinery - wheat corn etc

But every piece of fruit/
Even tea leaves and coffee bean
Is too fragile

And a variety of workers is
Moving the food product
Colser and closer to you to randomly
Choose to eat it
chuckle
Increasing pay
Or lowering taxes they pay
Might solve the problem though





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Post: #56
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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Caught in the US illegally sentenced to two years hard labor in the field picking crops. Problem solved.

It is one thing where there is unfilled demand in areas requiring specialized skills. A horse jockey comes to mind. Mexicans are tiny while Americans are fat. Somebody to pick fruit? Any teenager can do that.

Mexicans are as fat as Americans! Mexican women get fat after they have a slew of kids. Mexican men get big bellies from Mexican food carbs and drinking lots of beer.
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RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
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California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

Maybe cause Mexicans want their kids to go to college, You want them to be your slaves, You are one sick person

Japan has created machines that can pick strawberries, lettuce, you name it. More and more farms are going automated instead of human slavery. You and your slave drive mentaly can f off. The mexicans I know that came here are going to college, they are not your slave

Tell your farms not to be cheapass cheapskates and instead in some machines
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RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2018 10:06 PM)
California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

S977 S977 S977 Srjceahd

Maybe cause Mexicans want their kids to go to college, You want them to be your slaves, You are one sick person

Japan has created machines that can pick strawberries, lettuce, you name it. More and more farms are going automated instead of human slavery. You and your slave drive mentaly can f off. The mexicans I know that came here are going to college, they are not your slave

Tell your farms not to be cheapass cheapskates and instead in some machines
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Post: #59
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-14-2018 08:44 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2018 10:06 PM)
California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

S977 S977 S977 Srjceahd

Maybe cause Mexicans want their kids to go to college, You want them to be your slaves, You are one sick person

Japan has created machines that can pick strawberries, lettuce, you name it. More and more farms are going automated instead of human slavery. You and your slave drive mentaly can f off. The mexicans I know that came here are going to college, they are not your slave

Tell your farms not to be cheapass cheapskates and instead in some machines

I talked about automated farms for the first 3 pages of this thread...so thanks.

Not that the illiterate cretins here will ever research anything....
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Post: #60
RE: California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-14-2018 08:44 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (04-13-2018 10:06 PM)
California's Farms Face Serious Labor Shortage

Farms across the state are facing a serious labor shortage — 9 in 10 farm workers in California are foreign-born, many from Mexico. According to the PEW Research Center, more Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.


https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/vid...7177795804


The harvest begins in July and there are not enough workers to pick it up ... Crops are going to rot
UNBELIEVABLE

S977 S977 S977 Srjceahd

Maybe cause Mexicans want their kids to go to college, You want them to be your slaves, You are one sick person

Japan has created machines that can pick strawberries, lettuce, you name it. More and more farms are going automated instead of human slavery. You and your slave drive mentaly can f off. The mexicans I know that came here are going to college, they are not your slave

Tell your farms not to be cheapass cheapskates and instead in some machines

Well don't expect to come to the US illegally and have us pay of their college. Stay in Mexico if you want to go to college.
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