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June 9, 2016

Dairy Farmers Say Trump's Deportations Could Dry Up Milk Supply

 |  By: Bloomberg News

Mark Diederichs wiped a splatter of manure from his arm as four Hispanic workers guided the next 44 cows into stalls, swabbed each animal’s teats with neon-blue disinfectant and attached computer-controlled milking-machine units.

They moved quickly, repeating the thrice-daily process until the Wisconsin dairy’s 2,650 cattle had provided more than 10,000 gallons. If Donald Trump has his way, Diederichs says, the farm he runs may not have enough people to tend the herd because about two-thirds of his 35 full-time workers are immigrants.

Trump’s proposal to deport undocumented immigrants and wall off the southern U.S. border has created an unexpected bastion of resistance: dairy farmers.

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Wouldn't that be good for dairy right now????
Then I guess you are saying a large swath of Dairy Farmers are traitors? Choosing ILLEGALS, not "undocumented immigrants", over Americans is a betrayal.
Have more kids than. It isn't my problem you all want to screw over your fellow Americans for personal profit. I may have to cut down on my milk consumption, maybe that will help you with your little problem.
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