• January - February - March

    We have various MFB conferences, such as Lansing Legislative. We have our annual Membership field day. We celebrate "National Ag Week" in March.

  • April:

    We hold our annual "Project R.E.D." event at the Armada Fair grounds. Scholarship applications are due April 1st.

  • May, June, July

    We hold various Young Farmer Events, special meetings and a district-wide Dinner on the Farm event.

  • August

    Join us for the annual "Free Day at the Armada Fair" for all Macomb County Farm Bureau members

  • September, October and November

    Macomb County Annual Meeting and the Michigan Farm Bureau State Annual Meeting is held


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Coming Events

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2019 Council of Presidents Conference
219 S Harrison Rd
East Lansing,
Open to all county Farm Bureau presidents
2019 MFB Centennial
MSU Agriculture Hall 446 W Circle Dr
East Lansing, MI
Michigan Farm Bureau celebrates its 100th anniversary where it all began: on the campus of Michigan State University.
2019 Growing Together Conference
187 Monroe Ave NW
Grand Rapids,
This exciting conference is bringing together the Voice of Agriculture and Young Farmer Leaders Conferences. It will provide new ideas, farm business resources, leadership development, and much more!
2019 Lansing Legislative Seminar
333 E. Michigan Ave.
Lansing, MI
Lansing Legislative Seminar provides an opportunity to learn from expert speakers on policy issues impacting agriculture, help legislative and regulatory leaders understand Farm Bureau policy, and share ideas and talk about local issues with fellow members.