|Minister of Agriculture|
5 November 1945 –19 November 1951
|Prime Minister||Einar Gerhardsen|
|Preceded by||Einar Frogner|
|Succeeded by||Rasmus Nordbø|
|Member of the Norwegian Parliament|
4 December 1945 –30 September 1961
|Mayor of Stange|
1 January 1926 –5 November 1945
|Preceded by||Martin Hestnæs|
|Succeeded by||Chr. Stensbak|
|Born||16 February 1887|
Vestre Toten, Oppland, Sweden-Norway
|Died||23 December 1976 89)(aged|
Kristian Fjeld (16 February 1887 – 23 December 1976) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party. He was Minister of Agriculture from 1945 to 1951. 
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