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    • Bylaw changes

      What classifies a ‘regular’ member?

      Proposed bylaw changes would, among other things, expand criteria for regular membership. Review the recommendations before they're voted on at annual meeting.

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    • Coast into summer savings

      Coast into thrilling summer savings

      Experience the thrill of reduced admission to popular theme parks including Cedar Point, Kings Island, Six Flags, Michigan’s Adventure and Wildwater Kingdom!

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    • Field Focus

      Read Field Focus in Farm News

      Thanks to sponsor AgroLiquid, get the lowdown on crop progress across the state straight from fellow farmers in Michigan Farm News.

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  • County annual meetings 

    Calendar clip artCounty Farm Bureaus across the state will hold annual meetings beginning in August. 

    Members will vote on policy resolutions about matters that impact farming and recognize individuals' achievements and volunteerism.

    View our events calendar to find details for your county's meeting and those in your district. Don't forget to log in!

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  • Transportation Guidebook 

    Transportation Guidebook CoverKnow the rules of the road with our 2016 Farmer's Transportation Guidebook.

    Made with help from the Michigan State Police, it covers: 

    • Driver & vehicle standards
    • Motor carrier standards
    • Traffic & federal hazardous materials regulations
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  • Bylaw changes

    Delegate Discussion Policy FloorThe Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) board has approved proposed amendments to the organization's bylaws.

    The next step is for voting delegates at MFB's 2016 Annual Meeting to consider the recommendations. 

    County Farm Bureaus should review the proposals in advance of the meeting.

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  • News RSS Feed

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    Social media post botches cherry program reality

    July 29, 2016

    In a classic example of what can happen when emotions trump fact on social media, a poorly-informed Facebook post from a northwestern Michigan tart cherry grower last week went viral, leaving a trail of destructive misinformation in its wake.

    MFB Centennial 1919-2019

    MFB history team digs into archives

    July 29, 2016

    Michigan Farm Bureau’s centennial project has built substantial momentum so far this year, recently sketching its wish list before the organization’s board of directors. The state’s largest farm group will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019, and a small group of members have drafted a four-year plan for commemorating its first century of service to Michigan farmers.

    Farmers for Clean Water

    Erie basin farmers target Toledo with trust, integrity message

    July 29, 2016

    Two county Farm Bureaus in southeastern Michigan are chiming in on the Erie basin water-quality conversation in a big way: Toledo television.

    Michigan Livestock Expo

    Michigan Livestock Expo raises $212,000 for young exhibitors

    July 22, 2016

    The Michigan Livestock Expo raised more than $212,000 Tuesday night as the state’s finest youth livestock exhibitors showcased their animals at the eighth annual “Sale-abration” at Michigan State University’s Livestock Pavilion in East Lansing.

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    GMO labeling bill headed to president’s desk

    July 14, 2016

    With a 306-117 vote today, the U.S. House of Representatives sent the Senate’s GMO labeling bill to the desk—and anticipated signature—of President Barack Obama.

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    Social Media Swap Meet LogoView our new online social media member directory!

    Find members who've agreed to SWAP their social media info & MEET others who use the technology for advocacy and farm marketing.

    Add your info to the growing directory!

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  • Community Action Groups 

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    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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