Conveniently access Michigan Farm Bureau’s 2016 Policy Book and learn about our organizational directives and member-adopted stances on issues that impact agriculture.
Don’t get lost in changing laws. Our 2016 Michigan Farmer’s Transportation Guidebook covers the standards and regulations you must follow.
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Farm Bureau has a new legislative action center!
Check it out today and contact your legislators, urging them to act on issues important to agriculture:
Know the rules of the road with our new 2016 Farmer's Transportation Guidebook.
Made with help from the Michigan State Police, the resource covers:
February 4, 2016
Since the 1950s, Michigan Farm Bureau’s annual Lansing Legislative Seminar has become a landmark event on the organization’s calendar, and an axis around which its grass-roots ethic revolves.
January 28, 2016
Farm Bureau members: Please contact your state representative and senator to ask for their support of legislation aimed at improving the Michigan Farmland and Open Space Preservation Program (commonly known as PA 116).
January 27, 2016
Michigan Farm Bureau has awarded its 2015 Excellence in Grassroots Lobbying Award to the Cass County Farm Bureau for its efforts championing several farm-friendly causes.
Michigan’s largest farm group applauds the pending appointment of Ronald Hendrick as dean of Michigan State University’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
January 25, 2016
Eighteen promising young farmers from across the state have been chosen for the 2016-17 ProFILE, Michigan Farm Bureau’s advanced leadership development program.
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Submit your social media information for our future online directory.
Once built, you'll be able to SWAP social media info.
And MEET other Farm Bureau members who use social media for farm marketing and advocacy!
Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: