How did what happened to farmers during the 1920s foreshadow events of the great depression?
Many crops started dying. This caused farmers to make less money and produce less. This combined with the stock market crash and many other events caused the Great Depression.
Farmers during 1920's The Great Depression lost their work, since they could not afford to sell anything and most of them even sold their farms, because most of them couldn't afford to fed their families and/or pay debt they owe to the bank. Also the prices of goods fell.