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    • Polaris snowmobiles

      Snowmobiles for less from Polaris

      Until March 31, eligible Farm Bureau members can take $300 off Polaris full-size snowmobiles. The discount is in addition to other sale pricing and finance offers!

    • Grand Hotel May Special

      Stay in May at the Grand Hotel

      Make reservations at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island May 1-5 and enjoy lodging, dinners, breakfasts and golf fees at special Farm Bureau member pricing.

    • Henry Ford Engines Exposed

      Engine exhibit: Save on tickets

      Through March 15, members can obtain a $2-off-admission coupon to the Henry Ford Museum, where the Engines Exposed exhibit houses over 40 engines from classic vehicles.

    • Golf Passbook

      Golf Michigan Passbooks deal

      Farm Bureau members enjoy a 10 percent discount off the Michigan Golf Course Owners Association’s Golden and Platinum Passbooks to Michigan Golf.

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    Electronic Corn $3.8200 +0.0325
    Electronic Soybeans $10.1300 +0.0175
    Live Cattle $153.450 +1.750
    Lean Hog $67.675 +0.200
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    Farm Bill information, resources and videos on:

    • Conservation programs
    • Crop insurance
    • Dairy margin protection program

    New: Local educational programs are available to learn about the Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs. Visit the MSUE website and FSA website for dates and locations.

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  • Events not to miss 

    Voice of Ag P&E presentation Opportunities abound this winter to learn, lead and grow. 

    Log in to use the event calendar by county, district, statewide or a combination of those options.

    Visit our events page for more details on upcoming activities. 

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    'Agvocate' Michelle-Payn-Knoper lays it out for Michigan's young farmer leaders.

    Young farm leaders gain insight, skills Up North

    February 27, 2015

    More than 350 young farmers from around the state gathered in Acme Feb. 20-22 for Michigan Farm Bureau’s 2015 Young Farmer Leaders’ Conference. Centered around the theme “Step Up, Step Out,” sessions included farm credit and financing, marketing opportunities, farm management software, drone technology, positive messaging, emergency rescue planning and Ag in the Classroom training.

    Sen. Minority Leader Jim Ananich (right) and House Minority Leader Tim Greimel address attendees at MFB's Lansing Legislative Seminar.

    Farmers lobby state govt. leaders

    February 27, 2015

    More than 300 farmers from across the state converged on Lansing Feb. 25 to counsel lawmakers on current agricultural issues. Michigan Farm Bureau's annual Lansing Legislative Seminar is the organization’s policy kick-off event and provides members the opportunity to meet face-to-face with state senators and representatives, putting the grass roots of Michigan agriculture in direct contact with lawmakers.

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    Success showcased at leadership conference

    February 27, 2015

    Michigan Farm Bureau recognized the industry’s up-and-coming leaders Saturday during the Young Farmer Leaders’ Conference in Acme. Sixteen of the state’s top young farmers, ages 18-35, were chosen as finalists in four individual contest categories geared toward measuring their agricultural involvement, leadership and achievements. Sixty young farmers competed in four award categories: Outstanding Young Farm Employee, Young Farmer Achievement, Outstanding Young Agricultural Leader, and Excellence in Agriculture.

    WFDITW Jeramie Ziola

    No winter slowdown on the farm

    February 26, 2015

    The question is as certain as taxes and normally crops up mid-way through this season: What do farmers do in the winter? “Maintenance and planning” is the quick answer, and a solid one. But in a state boasting the nation’s second most diverse farm sector, the quick, solid answer is also a gross oversimplification.

    Oceana County fruit grower Michael DeRuiter testifying -- TEASER

    Oceana cherry grower addresses Senate ag committee

    February 26, 2015

    While most Michigan farmers are busy planning for 2016 and readying their equipment for spring planting, several this week took to the nation’s capital in support of their industry back home. Outspoken farmers are making sure the voice of the state’s food and agriculture industry is heard loud and clear. One testified before a congressional committee charged with evaluating the first year of farm bill implementation. Others visited legislators’ offices and contributed to groups advising the nation’s largest farm group on a variety of current industry topics.

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  • 2016 Calendar Photo Contest 

    2016 Calendar Photo Contest Drone

    Capture our theme — the "Future of Farming" — in photos.

    Your image could be one of 12 selected to appear in our 2016 calendar.

    A grand prize goes to the person whose photo is chosen for the calendar's cover! 

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  • Community Action Groups 


    Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can:

    • Access the Discussion Topic
    • Submit a response or report 
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    • And more! 
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