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‘It is heartbreaking’: California farmers face tough decisions as drought worsens

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Thousands of acres of farmland are drying up in California as the state is in a drought. Water is scarce and farm employees are left without work. Del Bosque Farms owner Joe Del Bosque said he is worried they “may go out of business.”