How are ranchers along the border coping with the interruptions from people crossing?

The warm temperatures found along the 1900-mile southern border facilitate uninterrupted, year-round food production. However, the recent influx of people crossing our international boundary from other countries has greatly disrupted agriculture in the region.

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