Even as it continues to develop, the ongoing global public health crisis is impacting the way your Farm Bureau operates. Michigan Farm Bureau values nothing more than the health and wellbeing of our members.
In a March 13 memo to county Farm Bureau presidents, MFB President Carl Bednarski encouraged everyone to "respond with caution" as this dynamic and unprecedented situation continues to evolve.
“As we balance the health and welfare of our employees, agents, members and insureds, we also must keep our commitment to deliver on our promises to our members’ and insureds’ needs,” Bednarski said.
Accordingly, MFB officers and managers encourage the following steps to maintain continuity of service:
All remaining district-level Young Farmer Discussion Meets scheduled to take place in March have been postponed and will be rescheduled to occur at a later date:
Do not hesitate to contact any MFB staff — home office or regional reps — with questions or concerns. We work for you, and we are committed to our Farm Bureau family!
PS: Wash your hands! ;-)