Pioneering Colorado Law Allows Farmers to Repair their Machinery

The state of Colorado has just passed a pioneering law that will allow farmers to repair their farm machinery without having to rely on parts and service from the companies that sold them. This requirement, which is still in force in other states in the country, causes delays and economic losses in the agricultural sector. Yesenia Robles spoke with a farmer from the agricultural valley of San Luis who was hopeful about the benefits of the new law. She brings us this report from Denver, Colorado.

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