Michigan Farm Bureau's Center for Food, Farm and Industry Relations focuses on economic matters, marketing opportunities and agricultural production practices that help Michigan farmers improve net farm income while operating safe, efficient, environmentally friendly and socially responsible businesses.
Additional responsibilities include:
The Michigan Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Association (MACMA) provides marketing and bargaining services for member apple and asparagus growers.
Do you know the differences between agricultural production and marketing contracts? Before you sign, know the basics, legal considerations and the right questions to ask.
Foreign soil: Our international agricultural study tours are a farmer's passport to learn about agriculture in other parts of the world.
Looking to connect with a food seller or buyer? Visit Michigan MarketMaker, the online meeting place linking the food chain.
Opportunities abound for agricultural exports. Let
MDARD’s International Marketing Program help you
compete in the global marketplace.
Got ideas for food or agriculture-related products or businesses? Make them a reality with start-up assistance from the MSU Product Center.