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    The Experience Matters: Your Insurance Company is Here for You

    April 14, 2021

    At Farm Bureau Insurance, we are here for you. The experience matters in all aspects of the service we provide. Recent national awards in the claims space are just another nod to our commitment to our insureds.


    Visser Farms take on Holland Township in farm-market stand dispute

    April 14, 2021

    The family who runs West Michigan’s Visser Farms LLC knows that pain firsthand. Last year they hoped to open an additional farm stand to sell some of their 300 different varieties of specialty crops directly to their community and help offset the hardship of the pandemic.


    2021 Young Farmer Award winners

    April 13, 2021

    Four well-deserving Young Farmers who competed with 12 other contestants in four categories – Agriculture Achievement, Excellence in Agriculture, Agriculture Leader and Agriculture Employee – have been announced as winners of Michigan Farm Bureau’s (MFB) 2021 Young Farmer Awards.


    Michigan’s Congressional delegation supporting ITC investigation of cucumber, squash imports

    April 12, 2021

    In a bipartisan letter to the ITC, Michigan Reps. Huizenga, Jack Bergman, Dan Kildee, Lisa McClain and Fred Upton, along with another 25 members from Georgia and Florida, laid out concerns regarding imports from Mexico gaining significant U.S. market shares at the expense of American farmers.

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    Act now: help farms and small businesses stay in the family

    April 7, 2021

    Farm Bureau is asking members and supporters to tell Michigan’s Congressional delegation to oppose legislation that would impose a massive new tax when there’s a death in the family, making it difficult to pass farms—and other small businesses—on from one generation to the next.

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