Help us win a lawsuit against EPA’s absurd Waters of the U.S. rule. We need photos by July 15 showing farmland features that EPA wants to regulate under WOTUS.
Green pastures of a different kind beckon Young Farmers for our annual Golf Scramble, Aug. 4 in Sunfield. Organize your team and register by July 18!
The Tall Ship Celebration, July 14-17 in Bay City, showcases majestic ships and maritime music. Farm Bureau members save on online ticket purchases through June 30!
Thanks to sponsor AgroLiquid, get the lowdown on crop progress across the state straight from fellow farmers in Michigan Farm News.
Farm Bureau has a new legislative action center!
Check it out today and contact your legislators, urging them to act on issues important to agriculture:
Know the rules of the road with our new 2016 Farmer's Transportation Guidebook.
Made with help from the Michigan State Police, the resource covers:
Imagine the "Law and Order" music playing as photos from your farm sway the court to block EPA's absurd Waters of the U.S. rule.
Help us win our legal battle by sending pics of real-life WOTUS impacts by July 15!
No farm ID is required; only limited geographic info.
July 1, 2016
The American Farm Bureau Federation Board agreed June 27 to support the GMO labeling legislation negotiated between Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts and Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow.
June 23, 2016
In a late-morning conference call June 23 with leaders from across Michigan’s agriculture industry, Senator Debbie Stabenow previewed her chamber’s proposal for a national labeling system identifying foods including genetically-modified organisms (GMOs).
June 22, 2016
Don’t be alarmed! Contrary to a 2-year-old, inaccurate story re-circulating on the Internet and social media, Michigan’s Right to Farm Act—along with backyard chickens and beekeepers—lawfully remain in Michigan today!
Looking beyond the Congressional GMO labeling debate, legal activity surrounding the EPA’s egregious waters of the U.S. rule, and even the 2016 presidential election, lie numerous agricultural policy issues demanding the attention of farmers, policy makers and regulators alike.
June 10, 2016
Before adjourning for summer recess, the Michigan Legislature finalized several pieces of policy important to county Farm Bureau members and the agriculture industry.
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View our new online social media member directory!
Find members who've agreed to SWAP their social media info & MEET others who use the technology for advocacy and farm marketing.
Add your info to the growing directory!
Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: