OK, I' ll just write in english, it' just easier.
My previous comment was not specific just a general one. But I hear from quite a few people from Europe and all over that came to work here on farms. And sometimes there are interesting stories (and pictures) about farms that can afford to replace 3 combines every year but have their temporary workers live in old, run down worksite trailers with the bathrooms on the other side of the yard which is especially nice in the winter...
And then there is of course those that hire kids without work permits, don't pay anything but still expect them to work like a regular employee...
And then there is operations like the one i work for that are top notch