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Down on the farm

   With immigration a hot topic, the use - and some say, abuse -of migrant labor by Western New York farmers is equally controversial.

   Agriculture industry representatives say migrants are essential to bringing in the crops, since locals have no interest in the temporary, minimum wage jobs. But enforcement of immigration laws often means even a migrant workforce isn't a sure thing.

   What's the answer?

  --- Janice Habuda

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