LANSING — Four new county Farm Bureau websites are open for business as of Monday, April 16:
They join Shiawassee and Ionia—the first two out of the gates, earlier this month.
MFB Database Administrator Karen Hartsuff confirms her department is on track to have all remaining sites built and delivered by the end of April.
“Once counties have access to their new site, the timeline to go live is in their hands,” she said.
Counties that have received their sites have a checklist asking for go-live verification, requiring the county president’s signature. After completing that review, counties should do a final check with their county board and/or member communicators for a final green light.
Once Hartsuff receives a county’s final verification, she will activate its site to a live status.
Bringing these sites online will remain Hartsuff’s top priority throughout April, after which attention must shift to upgrading iMIS, MFB’s membership database.
Counties that haven’t submitted their information by then will see their new site built as departmental workload allows.