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    • Food & Ag Month

      March is Food & Agriculture Month

      March is “Food & Agriculture Month” in Michigan, as proclaimed by Gov. Rick Snyder. To celebrate, explore agricultural careers and increase your knowledge about farming in the state.

    • March Reading Month

      Celebrate National Reading Month

      Commemorate March as National Reading Month by telling agriculture’s story to youngsters through an award-winning “Accurate Agriculture” book.

    • Proposal 1 Road Funding

      Road rage cure: Vote yes on Prop 1

      The state’s roads and bridges are decaying. Proposal 1 will generate funds to make repairs while also helping schools and local government. Vote yes! Proposal 1 is good for farmers and Michigan!

    • Henry Ford Engines Exposed

      Engine exhibit: Save on tickets

      Through March 15, members can obtain a $2-off-admission coupon to the Henry Ford Museum, where the Engines Exposed exhibit houses over 40 engines from classic vehicles.

    • Polaris snowmobiles

      Snowmobiles for less from Polaris

      Until March 31, eligible Farm Bureau members can take $300 off Polaris full-size snowmobiles. The discount is in addition to other sale pricing and finance offers!

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  • Proposal 1: Safe Roads Yes! 

    Safe Roads Yes
    How does Proposal 1 affect agriculture? 

    What does Proposal 1 fund?

    Why is Michigan Farm Bureau encouraging a YES vote on May 5?

    Get the facts! 

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  • Your source for Farm Bill news

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    Farm Bill information, resources and videos on:

    • Conservation programs
    • Crop insurance
    • Dairy margin protection program

    New: Local educational programs are available to learn about the Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs. Visit the MSUE website and FSA website for dates and locations.

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    Kent County’s Nick Schweitzer donated to help his district raise funds to feed the hungry.

    Young farmers help fight hunger in Michigan

    March 6, 2015

    Michigan Farm Bureau members, ages 18-35, raised money to fight hunger through the Harvest for All initiative at the 2015 Young Farmer Leaders’ Conference, Feb. 20-22 at the Grand Traverse Resort near Acme. Throughout the weekend conference, members from each of MFB’s 11 districts donated a total of almost $1,800.

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    Reading into Ag Month

    March 6, 2015

    Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) this week made sure legislative leaders were ready for March in both its honorary capacities, as both Reading Month and Agriculture Month. On March 4, MFB’s Promotion and Education (P&E) staff delivered copies of an award-winning new agriculture book to members of the state house and senate agriculture committees.

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    Farm Bureau commodity dept. welcomes new, familiar faces

    March 5, 2015

    Michigan Farm Bureau welcomes two new staff members to its Center for Commodity, Farm and Industry Relations. Ottawa County native Katie Rasch accepted a new labor coordination position, and Kate Krepps of Muskegon County will begin work soon as an associate field crops specialist.

    ProFile participants visited Fair Oaks dairy on the first leg of their recent tour of key Midwestern ag sites.

    ProFile preps tomorrow’s young ag leaders

    March 5, 2015

    Next weekend Grand Rapids will host what’s become a rite of passage for the state’s promising young farmers: the graduation of another group of participants from ProFile, Michigan Farm Bureau’s advanced leadership development program. Begun in 1989 as a means of enhancing leadership development among the next generation of Michigan farmers, ProFile is a 15-month program focused on rounding out participants’ skills with training in media relations, public speaking, succession planning, and managing different personality types—including their own.

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    March: Michigan Food and Ag Month

    March 3, 2015

    Michigan’s diverse and prodigious agriculture industry will celebrate Food and Agriculture Month again throughout March this year—a commemoration solemnized last week with a proclamation from Gov. Rick Snyder. Throughout the month, the state’s leading agricultural institutions will collaborate on a multi-themed publicity agenda aimed to help better inform consumers about the overwhelming diversity of Michigan’s food and farm sector.

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  • 2016 Calendar Photo Contest 

    2016 Calendar Photo Contest Drone

    Capture our theme — the "Future of Farming" — in photos.

    Your image could be one of 12 selected to appear in our 2016 calendar.

    A grand prize goes to the person whose photo is chosen for the calendar's cover! 

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  • Community Action Groups 


    Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can:

    • Access the Discussion Topic
    • Submit a response or report 
    • Read The Loop newsletter
    • And more! 
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