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It sounds like the issue of a trust really isn't applicable, since your father has already passed. So, that's one issue that I think you can set aside.
Another option is to check the sides of the paper on which the will is printed (or the "blueback" if there is one (some attorneys still use them), and see if there's a law firm name. In my experience, secretaries for the firm typically witness estate planning documents.
You could call the firm, ask if the witnesses are still available, speak to them and explain that you need to know if a trust was prepared. Be prepared to identify yourself fully, or hand deliver (safer than first class mail) a letter with a copy of your driver's license or other ID that proves you are who you are and have standing to ask about your parents' estate plan. You could also ask for a short meeting and provide identity then.
Let me think about this situation more and hopefully think of possible approaches...tomorrow.
An irrevocable trust is one which cannot be changed; it becomes "cast in concrete" when it's executed.
Is this the kind of trust you're referring to in the cited post? I got the impression you were referring to a living trust, but as I read the title of your other post, the trust would be in effect if your mother died first, which she didn't.
Are you saying that the trust, which wasn't in effect, is an irrevocable trust?
"It states that if my mom died before my dad it would go into a trust and my brother and I would be trustees see my dad said that if that happened I would get half of the income from the farm my mom will gives my brother 290 acres minus 10 acres and her house to us would it go by my mom or Dad will my father died in 2016"
Take your time, think about the situation, and post back when you feel up to it. A few issues need to be clarified before good answers can be offered.