Michigan Farm Bureau represents and enhances the interests of our members. Policy and politics play a key role in the organization as our staff and members serve as agricultural advocates. Working with local, state and federal elected officials and regulatory leaders is vital to the success of implementing our member-driven policy.
Urge the agriculture commission to protect the Right to Farm and vote to remove zoning references from the GAAMPs on site selection.
Text the phrase MI RTF to the number 52886 to show your support.
Communicate with elected officials at the state and federal level on issues of importance to agriculture and Farm Bureau policy.
AgriPac, in cooperation with county Farm Bureau candidate evaluation committees, evaluates and endorses the candidates who will best support Farm Bureau policy and agriculture.
Our policy evolves from a process involving individual member participation—the study, discussion and development at local and state meetings.
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Farm Bureau members work tirelessly to implement policy at the state and federal level. See some of our recent and historical accomplishments here.
December 18, 2018
Farm Bureau is asking members to contact state representatives, urging them to pass important wetlands law reforms.
November 19, 2018
Representing your county Farm Bureau at the state annual meeting is a vitally important role, but there are dozens of other opportunities to put your passion for Michigan agriculture to work on behalf of the state’s farm families.
October 11, 2018
The 2018 general election is of pivotal importance to Michigan agriculture, with voters statewide determining how the balance of power in Lansing and D.C. may shift toward or away from the farm.
October 9, 2018
If you can’t make it to the polls for the Nov. 6 general election, follow three easy steps to ensure your vote is counted.
September 27, 2018
A trio of ballot proposals will be considered by voters in the November general election and Michigan Farm Bureau urges farmers to cast a ‘no’ vote on all three issues.
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