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Byline: James Mayse
Mar. 10--Daviess County farmers, who know they need migrant farmer workers to help bring in their tobacco and produce crops, are searching for ways to create more housing for workers.
Friday morning, farmers, county officials and others interested in ensuring migrant workers find decent housing met to discuss the issue in rural Daviess County. By meeting's end, the participants agreed they had a long way to go before a solution could be implemented, but were prepared to take the first steps in bringing the problem into focus.
Bill Simpson, who is working to address migrant housing issues in several states on behalf of the Southern States Cooperatives Federation, said …