To provide the best member experience, we're upgrading our internal systems from May 26-29. As part of this, a new membership and billing account number will be present on your next membership renewal letter and bill.
Registration is due June 2 for the 2nd annual Young Farmer Trap Shoot. Get two rounds of trap, food, optional overnight camping, and fun!
Submit your best agricultural landscape scene and your photo could appear in our 2018 "View From my Farm" calendar! But hurry! The deadline is June 1.
Watch our new Farm News Five weekly video show with veteran farm broadcaster Janelle Brose and get Michigan’s top agricultural news in five minutes.
The Young Farmer golf outing is Aug. 3 at Centennial Acres in Sunfield, offering breakfast, a BBQ, contest prizes, food bank fundraisers, etc. RSVP by July 21!
Member-exclusive: Get two FREE tickets to an MSU men's baseball game of your choice from select dates and Go Green!
Take action by July 7!
The Environmental Protection Agency drafted ecological risk assessments on 27 pesticides that do not reflect sound science.
Your voice is critical to express the value of pyrethroid pesticides. Michigan farmers are among the most affected in the country because of our crop diversity.
Michigan Farm Bureau has gone paperless! You'll now receive your membership card by email when renewing your membership.
Or access an email copy anytime by clicking the link below and logging in.
May 23, 2017
MFB is looking for the next generation of agricultural leaders to take part in ProFILE, its elite leadership development program for farmers ages 25-35.
May 12, 2017
Michigan Farm Bureau members are encouraged to contact Sen. Gary Peters to urge him to support regulatory reform legislation that would modernize the rule-making process by requiring agencies to implement laws as Congress intended, not as unelected bureaucrats want.
May 11, 2017
Gov. Rick Snyder recently announced the appointment of six Farm Bureau members to serve on the newly-created Michigan Blueberry Commission.
May 8, 2017
Farm Bureau member and State Representative Julie Alexander recently hosted several guests from the state capitol at her family’s third-generation dairy in southern Jackson County.
April 25, 2017
Jackson County dairyman Hank Choate is among 14 farmers from across the country meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House, alongside AFBF President Zippy Duvall and USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue.
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Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: