Farm Bureau members now have access to a new benefit through John Deere.
Case IH has many discounts for Farm Bureau members. Use your membership and start saving.
Looking for the $500 bonus cash offer? Ford has teamed with the Michigan Farm Bureau to save you money.
Being a member has its benefit. Read more about our medical discounts.
To provide the best member experience, we're upgrading our internal systems. As part of this, a new membership and billing account number will be present on your next membership renewal letter and bill.
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.
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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.
February 27, 2018
Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) and Farmers Business Network℠ (FBN℠), are announcing a new statewide member service discount program for Farm Bureau members.
February 26, 2018
With winter in full swing, don’t forget about the roadside assistance benefit that comes with your Farm Bureau membership.
The brutal cold of our Michigan winters can take a toll on our transportation! If your car dies before you are ready, WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!
It’s quiet on Mackinac Island now as the cold winter air swirls around the windows of Grand Hotel.
Your local Farm Bureau can help! We have local Medicare health plan specialists serving virtually every county who are specially licensed and trained to help you navigate your health care options once you become eligible for Medicare.
"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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