Register by Feb. 12 to attend the Take Root Conference, Feb. 26 in Lansing, where pros like Jolene Brown will help you transition your family farm business to the next generation.
Visit our easy-to-use, searchable policy book to view our member-developed positions on state and national issues important to Michigan farmers.
Arm yourself with updates on key Farm Bureau policy issues, including:
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February 22, 2018
Common-sense legislation has been introduced in Congress to fix farm reporting requirements of air emissions from animal waste, but your voice is needed to make it a reality.
February 20, 2018
Farm Bureau members are invited to meet the 2018 candidates for governor at the March 19 forum hosted by Michigan agriculture organizations.
February 9, 2018
Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) is applauding House and Senate negotiators for reaching a budget compromise early this morning, noting the final package addresses many desperately needed reforms to dairy and crop insurance programs.
February 7, 2018
A coalition of Great Lakes states, agriculture, water utility and conservation leaders today released a joint statement to Congress highlighting program priorities for the 2018 Farm Bill to protect the region’s soil, drinking water and wildlife while promoting a strong farm economy.
February 5, 2018
Meetings are designed to assist farmers in understanding solar lease agreements and the implications on property rights and taxes.
No events are available.
Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: