|Minister of Agriculture|
20 March 1935 –25 June 1945
|Prime Minister||Johan Nygaardsvold|
|Preceded by||Håkon Five|
|Succeeded by||Einar Frogner|
|Mayor of Sparbu|
1 January 1946 –31 December 1947
|Preceded by||Erling Moen|
|Succeeded by||Harald Nordberg|
1 January 1935 –20 March 1935
|Preceded by||Fridtjof Rannem|
|Succeeded by||Ole K. Nordgård|
|Born||19 February 1882|
|Died||25 November 1953 71) (aged|
|Children||Ole Martin Ystgaard|
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