Farm workers are moving to other countries as a backlash against the Trump administration’s farm policies continues.
The move comes after months of protests in Iowa and nationwide, including a series of massive demonstrations in March that drew more than 5 million people.
But while there are some signs that some farm workers are turning to other places to escape the wrath of the president, many farmers are not.
Here are some of the big ones.
Farmers who are leaving The Associated Press has identified more than 2,300 people who have left Iowa and other Midwestern states in the last three weeks.
They include many who have farm jobs but have become disillusioned with the Trump Administration’s economic policies and its attacks on farmers.
The AP is tracking the departure of workers, including those who have moved to California, Florida and other states.
Most of the departures occurred in the past few weeks.
Farm workers leaving the United States Farmers have been leaving the U, not just the U., for years, as President Donald Trump has waged a campaign to cut farm subsidies.
But some farmworkers are moving away from the country and seeking to escape what they view as the unfairness of the Trump policies, said Mike McNeil, executive director of the National Farmworkers Alliance, an advocacy group based in Des Moines, Iowa.
“Farmers are leaving the country,” McNeil said.
“They’re not staying, they’re going to go somewhere else.”
One of the reasons why farm workers in the U.-S.
are leaving, McNeil added, is because of the administration’s policies on environmental protections, labor rights and the environment.
But many of the people leaving the Midwest have been looking for jobs and, in some cases, for more than a year, said McNeil.
They have been coming to other states like California, he said.
Farmers in Iowa are not the only ones moving.
Several other states, including California, have seen the number of farm workers leave in the first three months of the year jump.
The number of workers leaving is up 20 percent in Iowa, while the number in Florida has risen 20 percent, according to data from the U