No Longer Home Grown
Partnership for a New American Economy & Agriculture Coalition for Immigration Reform — March 2014

Gauging the Farm Sector’s Sensitivity to Immigration Reform via Changes in Labor Costs and Availability
American Farm Bureau Federation — February 2014

The American Opportunity — Making Immigration Work
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Immigration Myths and Facts
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

America’s Agricultural Crisis and the Agricultural Worker Program Act of 2013
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein — April 2013

Why Domestic Agriculture Needs New, Workable Farm Labor Alternatives Now
National Council of Agricultural Employers

The Economic Impacts of Immigration on U.S. Dairy Farms
National Milk Producers Federation Study

Voters’ Views on Agriculture & Immigration Reform
Western Growers Executive Summary

Walking the Tightrope: California Farmers Struggle with Employee Shortages
California Farm Bureau Federation Agricultural Employment Survey Results — 2012

National Council of Agricultural Employers Survey of 2010 H-2A Employers
Final Summary — December 2011

America’s Agricultural Labor Crisis: Enacting a Practical Solution
Testimony from Robert A. Smith, Farm Credit East, to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security and Refugees

Farm Labor and Immigration Enforcement
Farm Credit East Knowledge Exchange Report

Show Your Support for Ag Immigration Reform
Urge your Representative to support immigration reform.

Why Action is Needed
There is a shortage of U.S. workers willing and able to perform farm work. Farmers, ranchers and growers need a new way to ensure that they can find reliable, skilled, hardworking employees.