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MDARD Clarifies ‘Food and Ag worker’ Definition for March 1 COVID...

After receiving multiple questions regarding what defines a “food and ag worker” as outlined in an updated Michigan Department of Health and Human Services...

2021 Michigan Manure Management Summit Goes Virtual Jan. 20-21

This year has thrown people for a loop in many ways, but one thing hasn’t changed — animals still produce manure that needs to...

David Scott of Georgia chosen to chair House Ag Committee

Congressman David Scott (D-Ga.) has been approved by the Democratic Caucus to serve as the first African American chair of the House Agriculture Committee. In...

Monroe County’s Chris Heck Wins Michigan Farm Bureau Discussion Meet

In virtual fashion Dec. 1, Chris Heck of Monroe County took the top spot as winner of Michigan Farm Bureau's 2020 Young Farmer Discussion...

Thanks-4-Giving: Farm Bureau, Insurance Agents Pack Thanksgiving Baskets

Michigan Farm Bureau members and insurance agents gave up their Saturday morning to pack dinner baskets for food banks, churches and farmers. Hundreds of Thanksgiving...

‘Imperative’ to Meet Deer-Testing Quota by Dec. 31 to Maintain TB...

Deer hunters in a dozen northern Lower Peninsula counties are urged to turn in the heads of harvested deer to an MDNR check station...

Gobble, Gobble: Thanksgiving Dinner Prices Hit A 10-Year Low

Turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie never last on the dinner table. While that won’t change, ag experts say the number of Americans eating at...

New Alliance Takes Unprecedented, Proactive Approach on Climate Policy for Agriculture

The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance, representing farmers, forest owners, the food sector, state governments and environmental advocates, unveiled Tuesday an unprecedented set of...

Farmers After Hours Shares MSU Sessions on Loan Prep for New,...

Farm stress is all too real and rarely discussed. Behind the scenes, many people grapple with financial, emotional, relational, mental and physical stresses. Michigan Farm...

Michigan Farm Bureau President Remains Bullish During Annual Address

Despite several major challenges in 2020, headlined by fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan Farm Bureau President Carl Bednarski, a Tuscola County farmer, urged...

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