Dry growing season might hurt chile crop
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#1 Mar 29, 2011
When asked why we pay the same for the irrigation when we get less to irrigate. We are told because EBID still has to employ people to monitor the situation. Maybe they should employ less people to watch dry ditches and cut the people a break.
#2 Mar 29, 2011
I clearly remember NM letting Texas use the Rio Grande water before our farmers even got a lick of it. This is so much BS
#3 Mar 29, 2011
Yeah, I can't beleive we are following the law. What schmucks we must be. Did you ever think that if NM didnt follow the law, Colorado might decide to not follow the law and keep all of THEIR Rio Grande water for themselves? Ummhmm. Then where would we be?
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