California farm revenue plummets after years of drought
Farmers in California lost more than $9 billion in revenue last year as the ongoing drought forced them to fallow fields, shut down farms and cut labor costs. The figures, reported Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, come amid warnings that a fifth year of drought could continue to drive down agriculture earnings and ultimately hurt the...
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