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Minnesota Farm Bureau Earns AFBF Recognition

Minnesota Farm Bureau Earns AFBF Recognition

The state organization received several "Awards of Excellence."

During the American Farm Bureau Federation's 93rd Annual Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation and Farm Bureau members from Minnesota earned national recognition.

As an organization, MFBF earned recognition from AFBF for offering outstanding programs for Farm Bureau members. MFBF received Awards of Excellence in the following categories: agricultural education/promotion, leadership development, policy implementation and public relations/information. Accepting the award during a special award presentation on Sunday was MFBF President Kevin Paap.

The AFBF Annual Meeting concluded Wednesday.

Farm Bureau delegates representing each state and Puerto Rico will conclude the meeting by discussing national resolutions and setting policies for the year.

More than 120 Farm Bureau members from Minnesota are among over 6,000 Farm Bureau members attending the meeting, which also features a variety of workshops, seminars and speakers.

For more information and news releases from the meeting, visit the American Farm Bureau Federation web site at web site at
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