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Minnesota Farm Bureau recognizes Sesquicentennial Farms

The Minnesota Farm Bureau are recognizing 38 recipients of the Sesquicentennial Farm award for 2018. A commemorative certificate signed by Gov. Mark Dayton, Minnesota Department of Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson and Minnesota Farm Bur...

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The Minnesota Farm Bureau are recognizing 38 recipients of the Sesquicentennial Farm award for 2018. A commemorative certificate signed by Gov. Mark Dayton, Minnesota Department of Agriculture Commissioner Dave Frederickson and Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation President Kevin Paap will be awarded to qualifying families, along with an outdoor sign signifying Sesquicentennial Farm recognition. Information on all Sesquicentennial Farm families will be available online at  www.fbmn.org .

 

Benton

Rick and Samantha Duhamel, Foley, 1868

 

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Blue Earth

Gerard and Julie Bach, Minnesota Lake, 1867

Henry and Gladys Walser, Hutchinson, 1868

 

Brown

Eric and Shari Moll, New Ulm, 1865

 

Carver

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Wolter Farms, Norwood Young America, 1868

Ron and Shirley Trick, Young America, 1868

Jeff and Tina Vinkemeier, Norwood Young America, 1859

 

Dodge

Branden Gochnauer, Kenyon, 1868

James D. O’Connor, Blooming Prairie, 1864

 

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Freeborn

Rachel Knudson and Kathryn Knudson, Hartland, 1868

 

Goodhue

David and Carol Baker, Kenyon, 1868

Roger A and Doris M Gruber, Cannon Falls, 1867

Klingsporn Farms, Pine Island, 1868

Jerrold C Lexvold, Zumbrota, 1868

Vicki Dahlstrom and Marie E. Valburg, Cannon Falls, 1856

 

Grant

Olson South Shore Farm, Ashby, 1868

 

Houston

John Bissen Family, Caledonia, 1867

 

Kandiyohi

Paul and Susan Bredeson, Willmar, 1868

Mark and Julene Bredeson, Willmar, 1868

 

Meeker

Patrick and Judith Finnegan, Litchfield, 1865

Frank F. and Mary Ann Marshall, Grove City, 1866

Jim Turck, Litchfield, 1859

 

Mower

Oehlke Farms, Grand Meadow, 1868

John Meany Farm, Rose Creek, 1866

Kinley and Joyce Peterson Trust and Harland Peterson Family, Blooming Prairie, 1866

 

Nicollet

The Anderson Family, St Peter, 1863

William and Karen Brinkman, New Ulm, 1868

Michael and Melissa Goodell, Nicollet, 1866

Elizabeth Pearson Brand and Sarah Pearson Kelley, St Peter, 1859

Mark M. Osborne, St Peter, 1868

Owen A. and Evelyn M. Swenson, Nicollet, 1863

 

Rice

Duchene Farms, Faribault, 1857

 

Sibley

Gerald and Judy Mueller, Arlington, 1868

 

Stearns

Timmy and Dawn Shay, Albany, 1868

 

Steele

David and Jean Krause and Louise Krause, Owatonna, 1854

 

Stevens

Jerome Winter and Diane Winter, Morris, 1868

 

Waseca

Hagerty Family Farm, Waseca, 1858

 

Winona

Bernard J. Hennessy and Jerald J. Hennessy, Lewiston, 1865

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