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MFB urges AEWR response from members
A possible increase of $1.16 for the Adverse Effect Wage Rate could “make and break” some farmers, according to Veronica Nigh, senior economist for…
Farm Bureau Insurance Ranked 6th Among Top Michigan Workplaces
Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan was ranked 6th by the Detroit Free Press among Top Michigan Workplaces in 2023. The organization was also…
The farm bill: what's up and what's next
More than 1,346 individuals signed MFB's 2023 Farm Bill petition, showing support for agriculture and the nutrition and farm programs our communities…
West Michigan farmers make plea for workforce action in DC
Allan Robinette (Kent), Rob Bodtke (Van Buren) and Kyle Rasch (Ottawa) joined MFB National Legislative Counsel John Kran in Washington D.C. recently,…
2024 Young Farmer Leaders Conference in the Thumb
Port Huron will host the 2024 Young Farmer Leaders Conference for regular and Collegiate Farm Bureau members ages 18-35.
Sweet 16 advance to state Young Farmer Discussion Meet
Two rounds of virtual preliminaries narrowed the field of 27 to just 16 who will compete in this year’s state Young Farmer Discussion Meet, Nov. 28…
Meet Your Staff: Public Policy Communications Specialist Nicole Sevrey
A girlhood horse phase blossomed into committed esteem for Michigan agriculture and a professional career serving Farm Bureau members.
Oceana cards a big win with tire recycling event
Last month the Oceana County Farm Bureau made a dent in a long-pent-up need for farm tire recycling.
Regional winners advance to 2023 High School Discussion Meet, Nov. 29
The top three students from each region advanced to compete at the State Discussion Meet, Nov. 29 at MFB’s State Annual Meeting.
Feeding Saginaw Valley farmers this harvest season
County Farm Bureaus in the palm of the Mitten are supporting their busiest members this time of year as they struggle to bring in a soggy harvest.
See you next week in Grand Rapids!
Delegates representing all of Michigan’s 65 county Farm Bureaus will convene in Grand Rapids Nov. 28-30 to put the finishing touches on next year’s…