An interview with the Sunflower Farms owner, who says he and his wife were promised a “golden age” of employment.
“They were promised everything, and then it didn’t happen,” he said.
Sunflower Farms in St. Charles, MO.
When they got back, the company fired them.
A Sunflower farm owner says he had a dream about his family’s future.
The owner of Sunflower farms in St Charles, Missouri, says his company was told it would have 10% of its workforce grow up in the U.S. by 2025.
They were told by a recruiter that they could make $100,000 and then they were told that they would be able to grow to $1 million.
He said he wanted to leave and would have to stay if he wanted his family to have a better future.
Sunflower farms started in the late 1800s.
They now employ more than 200 people, according to the company.
St. Charles police have charged a woman with first-degree murder.