One farmer in North Dakota is making headlines after his cattle were photographed feeding in a formation that looks like the Christian cross.
Gene Hanson, who is known for plowing political messages into his fields, sparked renewed interest with this latest image, according to KFYR-TV.
Gene Hanson, known for plowing political slogans in his farm fields, captured this photo of approximately 150 head of livestock being fed in a harvested corn field in the sign of the cross. The photo was taken north of Edgeley on the Richard Moch Ranch. https://t.co/fOHg0mUGow
— KFYR-TV (@KFYRTV) December 19, 2018
The photo showed roughly 150 heads of cattle feeding in the cornfield.
Hanson, 77, garnered a lot of attention in October 2017, when President Donald Trump praised the farmer on social media for a display he made, rebuking former NFL player Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during performances of the national anthem ahead of football games.
The North Dakota farmer plowed “We stand for the national anthem” into his field.
“I go with Trump on this one. If you want to protest, that’s not the place to do it,” Hanson told Fox News. “A lot of people died over our flag. We’re able to voice our opinion because of it. If you’re going to show respect for anything, do it for the national anthem.”