How to help dairy farms survive drought

Dairy farmers in the dairy zone of the Isla de la Cosa Grande in the Islas de los Pinos state of Guerrero are battling drought and starvation as a result of the ongoing drought.

According to the Department of Agriculture, the average annual rainfall in the valley is only around 0.4 inches.

But during the past five years, the area has received a staggering 1,964 mm of rainfall, which means that only half of the area can be irrigated.

While the drought in the zone has caused severe food shortages, the agricultural workers are still struggling to pay the bills.

As a result, a new food bank is set up at the dairy park to provide basic supplies, including bread and milk.

The Isla De la Casa Grande in Guerrero is home to over 300,000 people.

Many of them rely on the dairy and meat farms to survive, while others are struggling to make ends meet.