Welcome to Michigan Farm Bureau's virtual programming hub.
Whether it’s a hectic farming schedule, pandemic-driven gathering restrictions or one of the myriad other things that can sidetrack even the best-laid plans, we’ve got you covered with opportunities to plan ahead for future MFB virtual programming opportunities as well as a quick and easy way to catch up on sessions you may have missed.
Michigan Farm Bureau offers an array of virtual events, discussions and learning opportunities. Check out the lineup of upcoming events below along with links and information to previous options.
June 30, 2021
Join MFB's Hitching Post session, ‘Meat’ in the Middle, on July 20 at noon to discuss opportunities to improve farmer accessibility to meat processing facilities, and ultimately increase meat processing capacity.
February 24, 2021
The Michigan legislature’s top agriculture policy and appropriations leaders will join county Farm Bureau members for a virtual conversation during the Mar. 9 edition of Michigan Farm Bureau’s Hitching Post.
February 12, 2021
Don’t miss your chance to be recognized for your leadership; apply for one of MFB’s four Young Farmer awards by March 1.
Feb. 16 webinar offers ideas for continuing ag-education outreach safely.
December 10, 2020
Farmers After Hours’ next series, Boosting Your Bottom Line, will explore business planning, connect individuals with grant or loan sources and explain USDA resources.