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July 1, 2021
Thirty members of the Benzie-Manistee Farm Bureau gathered at Dave Smeltzer's orchard in Pierport June 11 for updates from legislators and MFB policy staff.
County Farm Bureau policy development teams are well into their annual process of crafting resolutions that ultimately become the policy guiding MFB's legislative & regulatory work. Electronic resources are available to help members engage in a variety of ways.
June 30, 2021
Work with your County Administrative Manager to submit your nominations for MFB’s 2022-23 state-level advisory committees by the Aug. 6 deadline.
Join MFB's Hitching Post session, ‘Meat’ in the Middle, on July 20 at noon to discuss opportunities to improve farmer accessibility to meat processing facilities, and ultimately increase meat processing capacity.
June 23, 2021
Recognized for his work to protect students’ ability to participate in career and technical education programs like agriscience, Senator Jim Stamas was presented with Michigan Farm Bureau’s Silver Plow Award at a recent on-farm event in northeast Michigan.