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Young Farmers win big and get star treatment in award contests and a Discussion Meet for members 18-35.
From awards to educational workshops and policy sessions, the schedule is packed with opportunities to satisfy all interests.
Whether supporting the Michigan Foundation for Agriculture or Harvest for All, do good and have fun doing it.
Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 2016
Location: Amway Grand Plaza Hotel & DeVos Place, Grand Rapids
Questions: Sara Miller, (517) 679-4781
Meeting Hashtag: #MFB16
All registration and lodging accommodations are being handled through county Farm Bureaus.
Please contact your county Farm Bureau to register and make travel arrangements.
Young Farmer Contests & Videos
Youth Discussion Meet
Fundraisers & Special Events
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Take advantage of custom geofilters on-site and snap us meeting-related photos each day, beginning Nov. 28 with pics of your journey to Grand Rapids.
We’ll give away a selfie stick daily from Nov. 28-Dec. 1 for the “Best Snap of the Day.”
County delegate photos will not be taken this year.
In keeping with changing trends, a photo booth will be available to take your own fun, interactive photos from the morning of Nov. 29 through 10 a.m. Dec. 1.
A photographer will not be present, so don’t forget your camera!
Amway – In all hotel rooms & common areas. Follow hotel instructions.
DeVos – Choose MI Farm Bureau from available networks.
December 9, 2016
“One of the greatest decisions you can make is to get involved,” Rush said. “We have a lot more opponents than we have advocates, and our opponents are a lot more vocal.”
December 1, 2016
Farm Bureau members who made policies to guide the state’s largest farm organization for 2017 developed an entirely new state dairy industry policy while suggesting changes to national policy.
Ionia County crop farmer Jeff Sandborn today joins the Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) Board of Directors, which wrapped up its 2016 annual meeting Dec. 1 in Grand Rapids.
November 30, 2016
Amanda Sollman of Saginaw County took the top spot at Michigan Farm Bureau's 2016 Young Farmer Discussion Meet Nov. 30 at MFB's 97th Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids.
Eighteen bright young stars from across the spectrum of youth agricultural education competed in Michigan Farm Bureau’s Youth Discussion Meet, Nov. 29 at the organization’s annual meeting in Grand Rapids.