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California drought prompts demand for water services




The cracked-dry bed of the Almaden Reservoir is seen on Friday, in San Jose, Calif.
The cracked-dry bed of the Almaden Reservoir is seen on Friday, in San Jose, Calif.
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The drought in California has also prompted a rise in business for companies who can bring water to struggling farms. One of them is called Rain for Rent.

For more on this, we're joined by David Gray, a regional sales manager for the company's Ag Division.