Register by June 16 to attend the Statewide Policy Development Kickoff, offered at nine locations on June 22 plus online.
Enter Ford Motor Company's sweepstakes to win a two-year lease on a 2015 F-150! Michigan Farm Bureau members are eligible for the contest, which runs until Oct. 30. No purchase necessary.
We’ve re-opened our call for photo entries! Show us what the “Future of Farming” looks like and your photo could appear in our 2016 calendar. A grand prize goes to the person with the winning cover shot!
Whether you seek thrills or a calm day of amusement, take advantage of reduced ticket prices to some of the most popular theme parks in and outside of Michigan.
Join us at the Statewide Policy Development Kickoff for thought-provoking presentations on changing trends in agriculture.
Attend one of nine locations across the state.
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Keep up-to-date on current issues affecting Michigan agriculture.
May 26, 2015
Residents in Ingham, Clinton and Shiawassee counties are being encouraged to keep an eye out for strangely behaving deer in the wake of the recent discovery of a free-roaming whitetail that tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
May 22, 2015
“Managing high yields” is among the sunnier-sounding topics on tap for the wheat field day MSU Extension will host on a farm near Mt. Pleasant next week. And given the outlook for Michigan’s 2015 wheat crop, it’s as timely a topic as it is sunny.
The Michigan House of Representatives this week endorsed a measure aimed at expanding the funding mechanism for the trailblazing environmental protection program developed to help minimize the potential for pollution from farms. House members voted 61-48 to approve HB 4391, which would expand funding for the Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program.
Michigan’s young livestock enthusiasts have one more week to apply for a 2015 Michigan Youth Livestock Scholarship. Since 2000, the Michigan Youth Livestock Scholarship Fund (MYLSF) has awarded more than $360,000 in scholarships and educational awards to outstanding young people who have exhibited at the premier livestock events in Michigan.
May 15, 2015
Because their schedules aren’t quite full enough with spring planting under way, Michigan farmers are lurching headlong into their annual cultivation of legislative issues. Across the state, crop, fruit, vegetable and livestock producers are throwing open the farm gates and welcoming state and federal lawmakers, both to school them in modern agricultural practices and to bend their ears on key issues facing the industry.
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Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: