We’re compiling photos, videos and articles about Michigan and Indiana Farm Bureau’s agricultural study tour to Germany and Belgium. Take the tour!
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October 2, 2015
The Michigan Farm Bureau Champions of Excellence program presented $500 grants to 11 Michigan counties earlier this month for innovative approaches to informing the public and promoting the food and agriculture industry this year.
Michigan's best county Farm Bureaus are being recognized for outstanding programming in four categories — advocacy, innovation, involvement and leadership development.
During their time abroad as part of the Michigan and Indiana Farm Bureau study tour to Germany and Belgium, Thumb-area sugar beet growers Carl Bednarski and Matt Frostic felt right at home visiting the Reuer family’s farm near Cremlingen, Germany.
Farmers in Michigan’s Thumb don’t normally stray far from the sugar beet fields this time of year, but Rita Herford recently made an exception, making room in her mid-September calendar for an exceptional appointment.
September 30, 2015
Kyle Mead, an environmental technician based in Van Buren County, has been named the recipient of Michigan Farm Bureau’s 2015 Ecology Champion Award.
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