The Michigan Farm Bureau's 98th State Annual Meeting is November 28-30, 2017. Please check back often - this information will update as we get closer to the event.
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.
Arm yourself with updates on key Farm Bureau policy issues, including:
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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.
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.
Matt Jakubik of Iosco County took the top spot at Michigan Farm Bureau's (MFB) 2017 Young Farmer Discussion Meet Nov. 29 at MFB's 98th Annual Meeting in Grand Rapids.
Midland County farmer Nate Clarke is the sole newcomer to the Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) Board of Directors, which wrapped up its 2017 annual meeting Nov. 30 in Grand Rapids.
November 29, 2017
Sixteen bright young stars from across the spectrum of youth agricultural education competed in Michigan Farm Bureau’s Youth Discussion Meet, Nov. 28 at the organization’s annual meeting in Grand Rapids.
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