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.
Arm yourself with updates on key Farm Bureau policy issues, including:
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.
March 29, 2018
Michigan Farm Bureau applauds Attorney General Bill Schuette’s opinion asserting that the state’s Right to Farm Act preempts local government ordinances attempting to restrict farming activities.
March 22, 2018
The Michigan Senate passed legislation to preserve agriculture’s existing sales and use tax exemptions.
March 14, 2018
Members of Michigan Farm Bureau’s Farm Bill Task Force recently visited Washington D.C. to deliver the organization’s member-developed 2018 Farm Bill priorities to Congress.
March 13, 2018
Michigan agricultural leaders celebrated "Great Lakes, Great Farms and Great Food” at the 14th annual Ag Day at the Capitol in Lansing.
March 2, 2018
Farm Bureau members are welcome to attend the 14th annual Agriculture Day at the Capitol, March 13 in Lansing.
No events are available.