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    Michigan Farm Bureau members set 2020 policy

    December 5, 2019

    GRAND RAPIDS -- More than 400 voting delegates concluded policy deliberations today, in the closing session of the Michigan Farm Bureau’s 100th annual meeting, establishing policy direction for priority state and national agricultural issues.


    Arenac County, St. Joseph farmers join reshuffled Farm Bureau board

    December 5, 2019

    GRAND RAPIDS — The Michigan Farm Bureau Board of Directors has a new look as the implementation of a member-devised redistricting plan added a new numbered district and shed one of three at-large positions. New to the organization’s state-level leadership roster are farmers from Arenac and St. Joseph counties.


    Mecosta County’s Cora Okkema wins Michigan Farm Bureau Discussion Meet

    December 5, 2019

    Cora Okkema of Mecosta County took the top spot at Michigan Farm Bureau's (MFB) 2019 Young Farmer Discussion Meet Dec. 4 at MFB's 100th Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids.


    Duvall encourages Michigan famers to keep the faith

    December 4, 2019

    Like many Michigan farmers, American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall is going through some tough times right now. But, like the messaging in the multiple Bible verses he recited Dec. 3, farmers will get through this.

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    4 Young Farmer standouts reap final accolades

    December 4, 2019

    Four exemplary young farmers were honored for their achievements Dec. 3 at MFB’s 2019 Annual Meeting. First named during National Agriculture Week in March, this year’s recipients of MFB’s Young Farmer Awards were recognized one last time for their outstanding accomplishments in four award categories.

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