Member-exclusive: Get two FREE tickets to an MSU men's baseball game of your choice from select dates and Go Green!
We're seeking agricultural landscapes for our 2018 calendar. Enter the contest by submitting your best "View from my Farm" shot by June 1.
Use our Crystal Flash member benefit to lock in a portion of your anticipated fuel needs at a price that works for you.
Enjoy the convenience of a membership card emailed to you, now available at membership renewal or anytime by clicking the link below and logging in.
Farm Bureau members enjoy more than 1,000 local benefits, ranging from local hardware store to restaurant discounts.
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Farm Bureau membership offers something for everyone from all walks of life.
Find the reason that's right for you.
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.
April 17, 2017
Are you looking for things to do now that the weather is warming up? Take a look at your local member benefits by visiting Michigan Farm Bureau’s website and navigating to our ‘Benefits Near You’ page.
Spring is officially here. While the weather is still topsy turvey, we know it’s time, or will be soon, for warmer temps, good times and cleaning up.
April 14, 2017
Spring in Michigan is great time of year. The buds are budding, birds are chirping, things are getting brighter and sometimes even a little wetter and muddier.
When you retire and become eligible for Medicare benefits, you enter a whole new world of health care coverage.
Enjoy a week away from all of your responsibilities at a special Farm Bureau member-discounted rate that’s sure to put a smile on your face!
"I love being an MFB member because it gives me peace of mind."
"No matter if it is car troubles, investment issues, life insurance or farming, FB is with us all the time."
- Eaton County Farm Bureau Member
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