Minnesota is a major player among the States in the agriculture industry. We rank high in the production of corn, soybeans, and sugar beets, as well as many other livestock and grain commodities. The Minnesota Farm Service Agency’s mission is to support this key industry in our state through the efficient and effective delivery of agricultural programs for all farmers, ranchers and agricultural partners.
FSA has programs covering a range of areas from land conservation to disaster assistance and farm loans. We have staff located in over 70 Service Centers statewide available to answer any questions you might have on our various agricultural programs.
If you have the time, feel free to browse through our website and see what FSA has to offer. To find out if FSA has programs or services that might benefit you, please visit our Programs page. If you would like to contact your local Service Center, please visit our County Offices page and select your county.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
State Executive Director
2015 marks the 30th Anniversary of the Conservation Reserve program (CRP) and in recognition of this milestone; FSA has launched a commemorative website. The web address is www.fsa.usda.gov/CRPis30. We hope you’ll visit the site often to take an interactive, cross-country tour and see the nationwide impact of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) unfold virtually over the next several months.
There are no FSA events scheduled at this time. Please check back with our Events page later!
Please visit our News Release page for more news from FSA.
Over the fall of 2014 and earlier this winter, FSA and Extension held a number of MPP-Dairy and ARC/PLC training sessions around the state. If you were unable to make it to a local meeting, or if you would like to revisit the training information provided by FSA and University of Minnesota Extension, an online version of this training is now available.
This training, developed and delivered by Minnesota FSA and University of Minnesota Extension, provides helpful information regarding the program policy behind these programs and the strategies for making decisions that work best for your operation. To view this online training, visit http://farmbill.umn.edu.
The State Committee reviews state office operations and makes decisions on how programs are applied statewide. Appeals of County Committee decisions are heard at the State Committee level. The members of the Minnesota State Committee are:
375 Jackson Street, Suite 400
St. Paul, MN 55101