Agriculture is essential to everyday life. For National Ag Week, March 19-25, & Ag Day, March 21, thank those who dedicate their lives to ensuring ours.
Gov. Snyder has proclaimed March "Food and Agriculture Month" in Michigan! Special events include Ag Day at the Capitol on March 22. How's your farm IQ?
Promote agricultural literacy this month with an “accurate agriculture” book recommended by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.
...And your photo could appear in our 2018 "View From my Farm" calendar! Submit your best agricultural landscape scene!
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The Environmental Protection Agency has issued draft ecological risk assessments on 27 pesticides. The reviews do not reflect sound science.
Your voice is vital in expressing the value of pyrethroid pesticides because Michigan farmers are among the most affected in the country because of our crop diversity.
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March 22, 2017
Huron County farm couple Kevin and Sarah Messing have been named recipients of MFB’s 2017 Young Farmer Excellence in Agriculture Award.
March 21, 2017
Michigan Farm Bureau today announced Huron County cattleman and cash crop farmer John Strieter is the recipient of its 2017 Young Farmer Achievement Award.
March 17, 2017
Michigan farmers and farm-friendly companies today launched a relief caravan headed for a fire-ravaged area of the High Plains, where vast expanses of pasture land burned earlier this month, leaving cattle herds dangerously low on fodder.
March 15, 2017
Anyone questioning the need for regulatory reform need only look at the process used by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in its efforts to implement the Waters of the U.S.—WOTUS—says Paul Schlegel, director of energy and policy team for the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).
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