Demands of the farmers in the village Mandigu Sidodadi and Rural Pondokrejo become one of the cases that arise in the reform era, starting with the installation of the boundaries a by Perhutani and the claim of Perhutani that the land occupied by the Residents Pondokrejo and Mandigu were owned by Perhutani. The farmers had the notion that the land has a meaning as an economic resource. Through Struggle Farmers, the farmers of Mandigu Sidodadi and Pondokrejo tried to fight for their land rights claimed by Perum Perhutani. It employed a qualitative approach with interviews and documentation as data collection efforts, and take the subject of social and political movements performed by Farmers Struggle. This study describes the socio-political movements performed by Struggle Farmers. With a focus on three main issues, namely land status, demands of the Struggle Farmers and Resistance Action conducted from 2007 to 2010. The conclusion is that the demand of the farmers was no longer result exploitative relations but also because of the openness of the system that provides opportunities for farming from to launch the movement.