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    Katelyn Koebel's showcase market steer earned the Berrien Springs native $6,000 at the 2015 Michigan Livestock Expo Sale-abration Auction.

    Michigan Livestock Expo raises $230k for young exhibitors

    August 3, 2015

    This year’s Michigan Livestock Expo raised nearly $230,000 for the state’s finest youth livestock exhibitors, asserting itself again as the 900-pound gorilla of Michigan livestock auctions. The event’s seventh annual “Sale-abration” livestock auction July 21 showcased Michigan’s finest young livestock enthusiasts and attracted a host of blue-chip buyers.

    Ottawa County students (clockwise from top center) Jarod Collier, Allison Morse, Josue Nunez, Morgan Johnston and Reagan McCaw.

    Common sense, simple math back bigger trucks

    July 24, 2015

    Bigger isn’t just better for transporting heavy loads of agricultural products on Michigan’s roads. It turns out bigger—as in 11-axle freight-hauling trucks—is best for everyone, according to study findings announced recently at Zeeland Farm Services.

    Construction of Clemens Food Group's new pork processing plant in underway near Coldwater.

    Pork processor breaks ground in Coldwater

    July 24, 2015

    A who’s-who of the state’s pork industry convened in a field outside Coldwater July 23 to turn over a row of mirror-buffed shovels, symbolically beginning the construction of the biggest new agricultural processing facility in Michigan’s recent memory. Look for the same group two years from now to reconvene wielding oversized ceremonial scissors at a ribbon-cutting¬—to open Clemens Food Group’s new pork processing plant.

    Fruit grower Jim May (right) is a key organizer of Kent County Farm Bureau’s annual Farm Focus event.

    Annual Farm Focus event brings legislators to farm constituents

    July 17, 2015

    Dist. 86 State Representative Lisa Posthumus Lyons (R-Alto) spent much of Wednesday evening's Kent County Farm Focus Member Picnic nodding in agreement with her constituents. She was among a handful of elected officials and staff representatives to show their support for the Kent County Farm Bureau during the gathering at Townsend Park just east of Grand Rapids.

    MFB’s 2014 Ag Communicator of the Year was Lapeer County Press editor Jeff Hogan (center), flanked here by board member Stephanie Schafer and then-president Wayne H. Wood.

    Deadline extended for nominating outstanding farm-friendly media

    July 17, 2015

    Agriculture is always a fertile landscape for journalists. It touches every part of our daily existence—from birds-and-bees discussions to ag-related businesses such as local restaurants and microbreweries to shifting climate patterns. And according to MLive and Kalamazoo Gazette reporter Rosemary Parker, there’s never a shortage of stories to tell about our food supply.

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