EAGAN —The Minnesota Farm Bureau said this week that the organization is changing the format for its annual convention. Because of concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic, the board of directors voted last week to postpone the 2020 annual meeting until Dec. 11 and to hold a virtual meeting with Zoom rather than holding an in-person event.

A spokesperson with the Minnesota Farm Bureau said the safety and health of everyone involved with the upcoming Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting is a "top priority" and they will continue to monitor the state and federal guidelines for the state of Minnesota as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Additional information will be sent to Farm Bureau members and delegates.

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