A Colorado Ranch Is Showing Their Support For Trump In A MASSIVE Way (Literally)

MCCOY, CO - JULY 31: A ranch hand drives cattle while staging a mini rodeo for wounded U.S. servicemen on July 31, 2009 at the Yarmony Lodge near McCoy, Colorado. A group of a dozen war wounded and their families participated in the Vail Veterans Program summer retreat. The program is designed to help recently severely wounded U.S. military forces rehabilitate and rebuild confidence through outdoor activities, including rafting, fly fishing, skeet shooting and horseback riding. Most of the wounded are flown in from Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Some 250 wounded troops have participated, both in the summer and winter programs since 2004. The visits to the Rocky Mountain retreat have been incorporated into Walter Reed's rehabilitation program for troops who have suffered from traumatic injuries, including amputations, brain injuries and other severe wounds, most of which sustained in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

A Colorado rancher plowed a mile-long Trump sign into his field that can only be read from above, per 9News.

The letters are 800 feet wide and approximately 800 feet long.

Check it out:

Doug Koehn, the rancher who created the massive sign, saw his work for the very first time when the local news flew a drone over his property to capture it on video.

“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.