I don't know about "make America farm again" since it happened so early in American history, however Thomas Jefferson was a fan of having a primarily agrarian economy, seeing urbanization as a threat to his ideal democracy. From this source:
Jefferson's thinking, however, was not merely celebratory, for he saw
two dangerous threats to his ideal AGRARIAN DEMOCRACY. To him,
financial speculation and the development of urban industry both
threatened to rob men of the independence that they maintained as
farmers. Debt, on the one hand, and factory work, on the other, could
rob men of the economic autonomy essential for republican citizens.
For Jefferson, western expansion provided an escape from the British
model. As long as hard working farmers could acquire land at
reasonable prices, then America could prosper as a republic of equal
and independent citizens. Jefferson's ideas helped to inspire a mass
political movement that achieved many key aspects of his plan.