Minnesota Farm Bureau looks to engage with new legislators

Farm groups in many states are preparing to engage with new legislators.

Minnesota Farm Bureau vice president Carolyn Olson says there will be nearly 70 new faces when the state legislature convenes next month.

“This is where our Farm Bureau members are important (because) if they have a new legislator in the House or the Senate, to meet them, build relationships, and share their stories on some of the issues that we’ve been fighting for in Farm Bureau.”

The Lyon County organic crop and livestock producer tells Brownfield voices are stronger together.


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