January 26, 2015
Tuscola County farmer Carl Bednarski was elected Dec. 4 as the 16th president of the Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB). Bednarski served as the District 6 Director on the MFB Board since 2000.
Coming this spring, a new Whole Farm Revenue Protection policy will allow you to insure cash crops, specialty crops, livestock, organics, fruits and vegetables that may not have had coverage available in the past.
Don’t miss Michigan Farm Bureau’s Farm Succession and Estate Planning Seminar, Feb. 4 in Saginaw. Featuring attorneys from Foster Swift Collins and Smith Law Offices, topics will include wills, trusts, corporation structures, succession planning and more.
It’s understandable if you have questions about the most recent Farm Bill which was signed into law in February 2014. That's why MSU Extension and Farm Service Agency are hosting educational meetings throughout the state.
The open enrollment period for individuals and families to purchase 2015 health insurance coverage ends Feb. 15. If you haven’t enrolled in coverage by Feb. 15, you may not be eligible to purchase coverage for the remainder of the year unless you qualify for a special enrollment period.
No events are available.