Farm hands were the first to react to the news that the Trump administration was ending a decades-long agreement to buy up tens of thousands of acres of farmland in Utah, according to a source familiar with the situation.
The Trump family has been selling their farms for years, with the Trump Organization buying land in the Uinta and Breckenridge areas of the state.
The family has said it is committed to maintaining ownership of the land, but has been struggling with dwindling profits and a slow economy.
In recent years, the family has shifted more of its farm holdings into the private sector, buying land to build a golf course and a home, among other things.
But the Trump Administration has said they are ending the arrangement.
The Utah Farmers Union says it is working with the Utah Farm Bureau and other local farmers to help ensure the future of the farm and its future customers, who include many Utahns who are worried about their livelihoods.
The president, the source said, “has done everything in his power to destroy our farmers and farmers and ranchers, and this is why we have to stand up for the farmers and the farmers have to do everything in their power to keep this family farm going.”
The Trump administration is expected to announce its decision on the Utah farm deal at the Farm Bureau’s annual meeting on April 25, according the source.
The farm group is organizing protests outside the Farm Bill office in Washington, D.C., this week.
“The farm is the heart of our economy,” said Jim McPherson, president of the Utah Farmers Bureau.
“They have invested in our country for over 100 years.
They have invested billions of dollars in our economy.
We are a small community.
We’re not a big state.
But we have great values.
We have great people.
We just want the Trump Family to have a great future and the farm to continue doing what it has always done, which is provide good jobs for people.”
McPherton said he is concerned that the farm will be sold off to the highest bidder and that the federal government will not be responsible for the farm’s future.
He said the farm has “been there, done that,” and that they will “continue to do it the way it has for a very long time.”
“The only way we’re going to save the farm is by getting together and working to make sure we get a great deal done,” McPhearson said.
“We can’t let them take it away from us.”
Utah Farmers Union President Jim McPhail says his group is going to go to the Farm Board and urge them to help the Trump farm, and to stop the sale to a foreign company.
“This is not the time for political games,” McPhain said.
The Trump Family, like many of the family members, has long held a long-held belief that the land should be sold, but the Trump White House has repeatedly said that this isn’t an option.
The president has made clear that the sale of the federal land should take place on the basis of the “best interest” of the people of Utah.
“It’s going to be very difficult to get these farmers back on the land,” McPhillantsaid.
“It’s very difficult for the federal Government to get us back on, because there are so many of them.
The federal government doesn’t have the power.
They don’t have that authority.”
McPhillants also said he believes that the family will continue to operate the farm.
“They will continue with it,” he said.
The Uintaschool of Agriculture and Life Sciences President Mark Petersen said he has talked with the president about the sale.
“I know he’s trying to get them to make a decision on it,” Petersen said.
“If they don’t want to sell, they can have them go somewhere else and be able to live the rest of their lives on their own land,” he added.
“The farm was their livelihood for generations, and I’m sure that they have some of the most loyal and loyal customers in the country.
They’re going be missed.”