California Raisins Raisin farmers in California's Central Valley are losing thousands of dollars this year as the industry faces overproduction and a glut of grapes on the market. They hope the U.S. Department of Agriculture will help by paying farmers to pull up their vines. From member station KQED, Tamara Keith reports.
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Raisin farmers in California's Central Valley are losing thousands of dollars this year as the industry faces overproduction and a glut of grapes on the market. They hope the U.S. Department of Agriculture will help by paying farmers to pull up their vines. From member station KQED, Tamara Keith reports.