Follow Michigan farmers as they explore north-central Europe’s agricultural innovation and policies. Their journey to Germany and Belgium is Aug. 31 to Sept. 11.
County Farm Bureau annual meetings are in high gear over the next few months. Find yours, get involved and help put Farm Bureau's grass-roots policy development process in motion!
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Get a sense of what Farm Bureau members will experience on their agricultural study tour of Germany and Belgium, Aug. 31 to Sept. 11:
Track the journey on social media with hashtags: #FBGermany and #FBBrussels
County Farm Bureau annual meetings are in high gear over the next few months.
These events herald in our organization's grass-roots policy development process.Looking for yours? Find it and get involved!
Keep up-to-date on current issues affecting Michigan agriculture.
September 1, 2015
Breakfast on the Farm wrapped up its seventh program year Aug. 29 at Pleasant View Dairy in Hillsdale County. The 34th event of its kind since Michigan State University Extension began the program in 2009, this year’s final Breakfast on the Farm event drew more than 2,500 visitors to the 680-head dairy run by Jennifer and Bruce Lewis just west of Jonesville.
August 28, 2015
Twenty three farmers representing Michigan and Indiana state Farm Bureaus are set to depart for an 11-day study tour of Germany and Belgium Aug. 31 through Sept. 11, showcasing the innovation and distinctive policy attributes of north-central Europe.
August 26, 2015
Mike and Ken Richmond have sent more than 350,000 pounds of corn to Hidden Harvest since first reaching out to the Saginaw-based food bank eight years ago. Hidden Harvest distributes items to 150-plus recipient agencies scattered around Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties.
August 19, 2015
Continually adapting to best meet the needs of its membership, Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) staff serve the interests of almost 46,000 farmer members statewide. New hires and internal transfers are updating the organization's roster and refocusing its deep, diverse pool of talent for the benefit of all Michigan agriculture.
August 13, 2015
Through economic upswings and downturns, social progression and innumerable changes to farming and business practices, Farm Bureau members continue to evolve the organization (much like their farms) in order to retain relevance.
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