The Senate is nearing a deal on immigration that could also lower food prices

A Guatemalan immigrant worker spreads lime while preparing fresh bedding for the cows at Stein Family Farms in Caledonia, N.Y on Mar. 8, 2017.

Two Senators are closer then ever before on an immigration-related bill that would provide a much-needed workforce for agriculture. But can they get the Farm Bureau on board the final sticking point?

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