IF you're able to recover these trades and sales as preferential transfers (which isn't assured, as the purchaser might be able to avoid clawback by demonstrating that the parties intended the transfer to be a contemporaneous exchange for new value, the exchange was in fact contemporaneous, and new value was actually given), the property that gets clawed back will generally be distributed to your secured creditors unless you obtain the permission of your creditors and the court to use cash collateral to maintain the farming operation (and also make regular payments to your secured creditors). This is really, really tricky stuff, and you need to hire an attorney with Chapter 12 experience to help you with this case.
But the short of it is yes, you could likely restructure the business (and possibly even get new funding to replace the property you sold if it turns out you cannot clawback the equipment you need to run your farm). All of this will ultimately end up being done by you (or your attorney) with the Bankruptcy Court's permission.
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