Frandsen moves Nebraska jobs to Minnesota

The animal care products manufacturer will also move its 15 employees to their facility in Glencoe. Frandsen officials say they're moving in order to be closer to the company's headquarters in North Branch.
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The animal care products manufacturer will also move its 15 employees to their facility in Glencoe. Frandsen officials say they're moving in order to be closer to the company's headquarters in North Branch.

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