New Castle farmer cuts ‘TRUMP’ into field to show support for candidate

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NEW CASTLE, Ind. (April 21, 2016) – This is huuuge! A New Castle farmer is using his cornfield to show his support for Donald Trump.

Kade Koger of L&K Produce in New Castle is a big Trump supporter. Koger told FOX59 that he was unable to make it to the rally yesterday, but he still wanted to show his support.

Last week he was tilling his field for growing season when he got the idea to cut Trump’s name into the field.

Koger said his intention was for Trump to see it when he flew into Indiana; he’s not sure if Trump actually saw it, but he’s heard that the video was sent to the Trump campaign people.

Koger says that weather pending, he will plant corn in the field next week.

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