Marana farmer pulls 11-hour days amid agriculture labor shortage

Despite working 11-hour days on the farm because he is unable to find workers, Daniel Pacheco recently declined a man’s offer to work for him.

The man did not have legal papers to work in the U.S.

“I had to turn away a guy who came to me in tears because he needed a job so bad and I needed an irrigator,” Pacheco said. “It killed me to turn him away.”

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