A farmer in Ohio decided to spend some time creating a message on his land large enough to be visible from passing airplanes.
Jerry Slankard of Strasburg used manure from his 15 cows and bulls to write the words “No Trump” big enough that passengers and pilots on passing airplanes could see it.
Slankard spent about four hours hauling the manure, reported WHAM.
“He made me happy. Pop’s still got it,” said Rachel Slankard, Jerry’s granddaughter.
The 69-year-old told NewsNet that he’s just practicing his First Amendment right of Freedom of Speech.
“I know there’s a lot of people maybe not agreeing with me, but that’s their American right,” he said. “I just voice my opinion and not yours.”