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Farmers Look for Clues to California Artichoke Thefts

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Farmers Look for Clues to California Artichoke Thefts

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Farmers Look for Clues to California Artichoke Thefts

Farmers Look for Clues to California Artichoke Thefts

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Artichokes have been disappearing from fields in California, and Dale Huss wants to find the culprit. Robert Siegel speaks with Huss, a farmer and vice president of artichoke production at Ocean Mist Farms, about the weekly thefts. He says a night of pilfering could net a thief $3,000.

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