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New Ag Secretary To Visit Mitchell
New Ag Secretary To Visit Mitchell

MTI and the MTI Foundation will host South Dakota’s new Secretary of Agriculture on Thursday at 3 pm at the MTI Campus Center on Spruce Street.  Lucas Lentsch assumes office on Monday, April 29th.  He replaces outgoing Ag Secretary Walt Bones.  Thursday’s event is a chance for ag producers and the public to hear remarks from Lentsch and learn about his priorities coming into office.  SDSU Extension representatives will also attend, and SDSU ice cream will be served.  The event is free and open to the public.

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