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June 03, 2011 
A goat eats discarded watermelons after farmers failed to sell them at a farm in La Mojonera, southeastern... 
La Mojonera, Spain 
A goat eats discarded watermelons after farmers failed to sell them at a farm in La Mojonera 
A goat eats discarded watermelons after farmers failed to sell them at a farm in La Mojonera, southeastern Spain, June 3, 2011. Spanish farmers say lost sales are costing them 200 million euros ($287.5 million) a week and the E.coli crisis could put 70,000 out of work in a country which already has the highest unemployment rate in the European Union. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS) 
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