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April 7, 2021
Farm Bureau is asking members and supporters to tell Michigan’s Congressional delegation to oppose legislation that would impose a massive new tax when there’s a death in the family, making it difficult to pass farms—and other small businesses—on from one generation to the next.
March 11, 2021
“Without member involvement in Policy Development at the county level it’s like a ship without direction.”
March 10, 2021
Energy efficiency, conservation and increased utilization of renewable resources are unmistakably important to the future of Michigan agriculture, and ultimately, to your farm’s bottom line.
Several Farm Bureau members are among Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's recent appointments to the Michigan Corn Marketing Committee, Michigan Cherry Committee and the Michigan Tree Fruit Commission
March 5, 2021
With the announcement of new emergency rules aimed at protecting seasonal agricultural workers during the pandemic, employers are looking to better understand the differences between these regulations and those previously issued by the governor the state health department.