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France's disappearing orchards

French agriculture is in crisis. Like the milk industry, the fruit-and-vegetable sector is in trouble. The farmers have had enough. Rather than produce at a loss, they are tearing up their orchards. Our reporter Nicolas Ransom shared the everyday lives of these farmers who can no longer make a living.

By Nicolas RANSOM

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