LIMON, Colorado — If you fly in or out of Denver soon, you might spot one of the nation’s largest political signs.
Frustrated at some of the negativity coming from opponents of President Trump, Colorado rancher Doug Koehn hopped on his plow and carved the word “TRUMP” in big block letters into his field.
“The letters are 800 feet wide and approximately 800 feet long,” Koehn said. “A mile-long Trump.”
You can’t really read it from ground level. The first time Koehn saw the whole thing in one frame was when 9NEWS showed up with a drone to see it.
“It looks really nice,” Koehn said while staring at the drone’s video feed, joking that he was relieved he didn’t make a spelling error.
Some farmers have equipment that can be programmed to use GPS systems to precisely plow a field. This effort was decidedly low-tech by comparison.
“I have an old tractor, it don’t do that,” Koehn said. “My son come out and stepped it off and I just drove the tractor to wherever he was standing.”
Koehn says he’s…