The Minnesota State Legislature is evaluating the state foreign ag land ownership law to determine if updates are needed.
Ag Commissioner Thom Petersen tells Brownfield the review makes sense because one-third of the state legislature is new and surrounding states are updating their foreign ag land ownership laws.
He says in Minnesota ag landowners must hold a green card or be a U.S. citizen.
“You also must maintain your actual dwelling place in the United States for at least six months in a 12 month period.
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