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      Make estate & succession plans

      Register by Feb. 12 to attend the Take Root Conference, Feb. 26 in Lansing, where pros like Jolene Brown will help you transition your family farm business to the next generation.

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      Policy kick-off event

      Register to attend Lansing Legislative Seminar Feb. 27 in Lansing, one of our members’ best opportunities for face time with legislative and regulatory leadership.

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      Young farmers: don't miss out!

      Make plans to attend the Young Farmer Leaders Conference Feb. 9-11 in Kalamazoo! Plans call for a weekend of engaging programming looking into farm and agribusiness trends, technology, leadership development and networking.

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    • 2018 Farm Bill
    • Waters of the U.S.
    • Lake Erie Impairment Designation
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  • Going Green: Membership 

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    Michigan Farm Bureau has gone paperless! 

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    Dist. 34 Senator Goeff Hansen (center) hears from Oceana and Muskegon County Farm Bureau members at the 2017 Lansing Legislative Seminar.

    Members: Empowering LLS tops among MFB events

    December 15, 2017

    Members agree the personal contact with lawmakers afforded by Lansing Legislative Seminar makes it a must-attend event of lasting value to Farm Bureau’s mission.

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    Flurry of legislative activity ends Michigan’s 2017 session

    December 15, 2017

    The Michigan Legislature wrapped up its work for the year, putting a bow on the 2017 session. The House and Senate are scheduled to reconvene in early January. Several items of interest to the state’s food and agriculture industry saw progress within the past week.

    Mason County Farm Bureau members Greg Thurow (left) and Gary Dittmer (center) speak with Dist. 101 Rep. Curt VanderWall at the 2017 Lansing Legislative Seminar.

    Farm Bureau ‘Meeting Season’ now underway

    December 14, 2017

    Here’s a rundown of what’s in store for the Farm Bureau Meeting Season, now underway.

    Delegate Floor 2017

    2018 Farm Bureau policy reflects Michigan’s ag diversity

    December 6, 2017

    Delegates at Michigan Farm Bureau’s 98th State Annual Meeting Nov. 28-30 in Grand Rapids, approved more than 100 policies defining the organization’s to-do list for 2018.

    Foundation Auction MFN 2017

    MFB members contribute during State Annual Meeting

    November 30, 2017

    The spirit of giving prompted attendees of the 98th Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) State Annual Meeting at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids to contribute more than $16,000 to benefit the Michigan Foundation for Agriculture.

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