State Policy

Minnesota Milk Producers Association work on policy development in the state of Minnesota.

Minnesota Milk unveils new fiscal and policy priorities for 2023

January 26, 2023

SAINT PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Milk Producers Association, Minnesota’s most prominent dairy lobbying group, released its 2023 policy and fiscal priorities. The MN Milk board of directors established priorities…

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MPCA Feedlot Registration Update

November 12, 2021

Feedlot producers in MN are required to register their feedlot once every 4 years. The current registration cycle is ending on December 31, 2021. This means that a large number…

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NPDES comments needed

July 17, 2020

Your comments are needed to ensure science prevails on Best Management Practices being evaluated by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA). The current proposal could prevent manure applications in many…

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Dairy Day at the Capitol 2020

Dairy Day at the Capitol Report

February 21, 2020

Listen to House and Senate Ag Committee testimony from 2020 Dairy Day at the Capitol.

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Make Your Voice Heard On Proposed MPCA Water Fees

January 31, 2020

A new proposal from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) would strap fees on nearly every livestock farm in the state – those with as few as seven cows – in a scheme to raise money.

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MN Milk Testifies at House Ag Division Hearing on Climate

January 31, 2020

On Monday, January 27, Executive Director Lucas Sjostrom represented Minnesota Milk as he testified to the House Ag Division during a hearing on climate in agriculture.

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Dairy Day at the Capitol

January 24, 2020

This year, help us continue to share your story, your why, and strengthen the connection to policy makers. Join us at Dairy Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 18th.

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Minnesota Milk Highlights 2020 Legislative Issues

January 17, 2020

Through our traditional policy committee, resolutions and board process, the Minnesota Milk board has identified priorities for the 2020 legislative session. The session begins February 11, with Dairy Day at the Capitol on February 18.

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