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Farm Bureau Leaders attend

Just In | MN

Posted on: Mar 14th 2019

Source: Minnesota Farm Bureau

Below are the cutlines for photos that were taken during the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation Day on the Hill on March 13.

 

Photos are located atwww.flickr.com/photos/MinnesotaFarmBureau. Click on “Albums” and then click on “2019 Day on the Hill – March 13.” To download the photos, click on the photo, click on the down arrow in the lower right hand corner and then click “Original.” Some counties are in more than one photo or are listed with other counties. Contact us if you need assistance.

 

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Photo: Anoka and Washington Counties - Representative Cal Bahr

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Representative Cal Bahr (R-East Bethel), Don Steinke and JoAnn and Doug Lawrence.

 

Photo: Anoka, Sherburne and Washington Counties - Senator Jerry Newton

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Don Steinke, Doug and JoAnn Lawrence, Senator Jerry Newton (DFL-Coon Rapids) and Bryan Lawrence.

 

Photo: Anoka, Sherburne and Washington Counties - Senator John A. Hoffman

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Bryan Lawrence, Doug and JoAnn Lawrence, Senator John A. Hoffman (DFL-Champlin) and Don Steinke.

 

 

Photo: Anoka, Sherburne and Washington Counties - Senator Michelle Benson

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Bryan Lawrence, Senator Michelle Benson (R-Ham Lake), Don Steinke and JoAnn and Doug Lawrence.

 

Photo: Benton and Mille Lacs - Representative Shane Mekeland

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Butch Thell, Representative Shane Mekeland (R-Clear Lake) and Glen Kaschmitter.

 

Photo: Benton and Mille Lacs - Representative Sondra Erickson

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Glen Kaschmitter, Representative Sondra Erickson (R-Princeton) and Butch Thell.

 

Photo: Benton and Stearns Counties – Representative Tama Theis

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Butch Thell, Glen Kaschmitter, Sadie Frericks, Karen Williams, Representative Tama Theis (R-St. Cloud), Eric Kuehl, Donna Honer, Hannah Molitor, Ronald Kuechle and Mike Kuechle.

 

Photo: Blue Earth, Le Sueur and Watonwan Counties – Representative Jeremy Munson

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota.  Pictured left to right are David Engelbrecht, Yvonne Simon, Representative Jeremy Munson (R-Lake Crystal) and Jerry Beckel.

 

Photo: Blue Earth, Nicollet and Watonwan Counties – Senator Nick Frentz

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Garfield Eckberg, Jay Hanson, Yvonne Simon, Denny Schmidt, Howard Swenson, John Luepke, David Engelbrecht, JoAnn Schmidt, Tim Harmening and Senator Nick Frentz (DFL-Mankato).

 

Photo: Brown, Faribault, Le Sueur and Watonwan Counties – Senator Julie Rosen

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are David Engelbrecht, Russ Elmer, Stanley Whitney, Jerry Beckel, Senator Julie Rosen (R-Vernon Center) and Greg and Mary Bartz.

 

Photo: Brown, Lyon, Renville and Watonwan Counties - Senator Gary Dahms, Representative Paul Torkelson

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are David Engelbrecht, Mary and Greg Bartz, Senator Gary Dahms (R-Lake Crystal), Representative Paul Torkelson (R-Hanska), Carolyn Olson and Amanda Revier.

 

Photo: Cottonwood, Jackson and Lyon Counties - Representative Rod Hamilton

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Carolyn Olson, Wendell Klassen, Karen Stoesz, Representative Rod Hamilton (R-Mountain Lake), Michael Wojahn, Rachel Daberkow and Gladys and Stan Friesen.

 

Photo: Faribault County – Senator Dan Sparks

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Stanley Whitney, Senator Dan Sparks (DFL-Austin) and Russ Elmer.

 

Photo: Kandiyohi and Swift Counties - Representative Dave Baker

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Dan Lippert, Jason Taatjes, Representative Dave Baker (R-Willmar), Nathan Collins, Phil Hoffer, Wilson Gratz, Brad Gratz, Jesse Pabst, David Beyerl and Loren Molenaar.

 

Photo: McLeod and Traverse Counties – Representative Glenn Gruenhagen, Representative Dean Urdahl

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Matt and Levi Johnson, Judy Barka, Representative Dean Urdahl (R-Grove City), Representative Glenn Gruenhagen (R-Glencoe), Alan Barka and Dean and Allan Duesterhoeft.

 

Photo: Nicollet County – Representative Jeff Brand

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Tim Harmening, Jay Hanson, JoAnn Schmidt, Jerry Payne, Howard Swenson, John Luepke, Denny Schmidt, Representative Jeff Brand (DFL-St. Peter) and Garfield Eckberg.

 

Photo: Washington County – Representative Bob Dettmer

Over 75 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota met with legislators on March 13. Their message to legislators focused on property tax reform and other tax issues including buffer property tax relief, fixing the homestead tax credit and federal tax conformity issues; funding for additional statewide mental health resources to support farm families; legislation to further invest in Minnesota's rural roads and bridges; and the importance of funding broadband access. Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) testified to the Minnesota Senate Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Finance Committee to recognize MFBF’s 100thanniversary and the issues impacting rural Minnesota. Pictured left to right are Representative Bob Dettmer (R-Forest Lake) and Don Steinke.

 

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