There are numerous in-field experiences and demonstrations planned throughout the event to provide hands-on opportunities to see how these new technologies can be incorporated into a management strategy.
Marsha Gray, former Executive Director of the Michigan Christmas Tree Association, has been named as the interim Executive Director of the Christmas Tree Promotion Board (CTPB).
The sixth-annual Michigan State Fair, LLC, has been scheduled for Aug. 30 through Sept. 3 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Scientific evidence to date does not support the notion that eating a diverse diet is healthy or promotes a healthy weight.
Repayment capacity is not considered a measurement of the business’ performance. Instead, it looks at what dollars remain after paying for operating, investing, and financing activities. The remaining dollars can then be used for future years.
Nicole Jennings has joined Michigan Farm Bureau as the Northwest Regional Representative Trainee with the Membership Development and Training Department in the Field Operations Division.
The proportion of farms incurring losses is higher for smaller operations, where most or all of their income is typically derived from off-farm activities.
Through experiential learning and specific focus on the most critical challenges facing our communities - from respecting the planet to the urgent matter of feeding the world - The Blue Room experience serves to inspire and equip students to activate their potential.
Among Farm Bureau members, 84 percent say Farm Bureau information is trusted.
The Youth Discussion Meet series provides briefs designed to give Farm Bureau Discussion Meet participants insight regarding the challenges, potential solutions and current events of contest topics.
With the new changes in the MCC, this gives a chance for more agriculture education in our school systems.
Recent market upticks, along with new proposed dairy processing in Michigan, are signaling a new light of hope for dairy farmers as they battle through one of the longest downturns in dairy marketing in recent history.
It’s still too dry for most of your Field Focus reporters as we reach mid-August. But they remain optimistic and are looking forward to fall harvest right around the corner.
Welcome to the 2018 Field Focus feature. This year, six of our seven reporters are members of ProFile, a leadership development program of Michigan Farm Bureau. In each print edition of Michigan Farm News through the growing season, these young farmers will tell you about conditions on their farms and their regions.