Candidates endorsed by AgriPac as Friends of Agriculture for the Nov. 8 General Election are best suited to represent agriculture and deserve your vote!
Top political experts will dissect results, discuss the impact on Farm Bureau policy and preview the 2018 election at a free 2016 Election Recap on Nov. 10.
Michigan Farm Bureau's 2016 annual meeting is Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in Grand Rapids. Events include policymaking, awards, Young Farmer activities & educational sessions.
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Proposed bylaw changes would, among other things, expand criteria for regular membership. Review the recommendations before they're voted on at annual meeting.
Michigan Farm Bureau will hold its 97th Annual Meeting Nov. 29-Dec. 1 in Grand Rapids.
The agenda includes:
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The Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) board has approved proposed amendments to the organization's bylaws.
The next step is for voting delegates at MFB's 2016 Annual Meeting to consider the recommendations.
County Farm Bureaus should review the proposals in advance of the meeting.
October 19, 2016
rmers intending to vote for Friends of Agriculture, but can’t make it to the polls, should take steps to ensure their vote is counted on Election Day.
October 13, 2016
FSA Administrator Val Dolcini visited Michigan this week to see firsthand how his agency’s safety-net programs help farmers.
October 5, 2016
ZFS Ithaca announced Oct. 5 it will build a massive new soybean processing plant just east of Ithaca, in central Gratiot County.
Michigan’s rural roadways are seeing the annual uptick of slow-moving farm traffic, creating potentially hazardous traffic snarls where motorists least expect them.
Michigan Farm Bureau leaders helped the state agriculture department bridge the gap between cultures this week upon the visit of a dozen farmers from south-central Japan.
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Farm Bureau members who belong to a Community Action Group can: