What’s Happening

Bright Future Ahead for Albany Community

Albany Area Schools held their official ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 18th in the new Blattner Energy Arts Theatre. The BEAT is just one example of the completed expansion at the school. Listen to […]

MSCA leader visits China

Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association Executive Director Ashley Kohls recently returned from an extended trip to China and Japan. Kohls and other leaders in the beef industry from United States made the trip to talk trade, […]

The move to B20 arrives

Minnesota is a leader when it comes to biodiesel. The state will move to B20 on May 1st, a 20% biodiesel blend. Biodiesel increases annual demand for Minnesota’s soybean crop by 13 percent and Minnesota […]

Dairy Day at the Capitol

Today over 70 dairy farmers and agricultural organizational leaders came together to promote their industry in St. Paul. Many of those attending were there for the first time. Issues of concern included helping young and […]

Cattlemen at the Capitol

The Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association in in Washington D.C. this week advocating for the cattle industry. Many topics are being discussed in an environment where things seems to be changing by the minute. Executive Director […]

Videos

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  • Gov Dayton calls session “a shambles” May 20, 2018
    “This session has been a shambles.” So says Governor Mark Dayton with just over 24 hours left in the legislative session. The governor says GOP leadership rejected his compromise plan on tax and budget bills. House Speaker Kurt Daudt, however, says “unfortunately, there was no real compromise in that tax proposal so we didn’t see it […]
    Scott Peterson
  • Anti-gun-violence protesters to converge on State Capitol May 19, 2018
    Citizens will be at the State Capitol this afternoon on the second-to-the-last day of the legislative session, demanding lawmakers require background checks on all gun sales in Minnesota.   Republican leaders say there’s no way they can get agreement on that but they will approve funding to beef up school security and provide more mental health […]
    Bill Werner
  • GOP, Dayton remain stalemated over tax cut bill May 19, 2018
    Republicans and Governor Mark Dayton remain stalemated over a tax cut bill with only two days left in the legislative session. Dayton is demanding 138 million dollars in emergency funding for school districts with budget shortfalls. House Speaker Kurt Daudt says, “We’re analyzing the governor’s plan. We’re also looking in to see if there are […]
    Bill Werner
  • Bonding bill in limbo with two days left in legislative session May 19, 2018
    A bonding bill for state public works projects remains in limbo with two days left in the legislative session. Governor Mark Dayton and Democrats are demanding more money than the 825 million dollars Republicans are offering. Senate G-O-P Leader Paul Gazelka says, “Our hope is that we have cooperation with the Democrats in the Senate. […]
    Bill Werner

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Dairy Discussion Forum 2018

2017 Roger Strom Germany Trip

Cattle at World Dairy Expo 2017