U.S. Farms Get Help from Down Under Many agricultural workers come to the U.S. from South Africa, New Zealand and Australia to cut crops on custom harvester teams. Farmers say they can't find enough good labor in their own towns, so many have been turning to these foreign workers, who come over on H-2A visas.
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U.S. Farms Get Help from Down Under

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U.S. Farms Get Help from Down Under

U.S. Farms Get Help from Down Under

U.S. Farms Get Help from Down Under

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Many agricultural workers come to the U.S. from South Africa, New Zealand and Australia to cut crops on custom harvester teams. Farmers say they can't find enough good labor in their own towns, so many have been turning to these foreign workers, who come over on H-2A visas.

Annie Baxter reports for Minnesota Public Radio.