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On New England's dairy farms, foreign workers find a home

Like many dairy farms in New England, Crescent Farm in Walpole, N.H., relies on foreign workers to milk the cows.
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / September 22, 2007

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It looks like the quintessential Vermont dairy farm, like a page out of a storybook, with its red barns, rolling green fields, and black-and-white cows. And this farm is also typical in another way: Inside the barns, the men milking cows are from Mexico and Guatemala. (Full article: 1279 words)

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