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Your Opinion Matters

Ever wonder what candidate is best suited to represent agriculture in Berrien County?  Members of our Candidate Evaluation Committee are committed to meeting with and interviewing all candidates in local elections to be sure they understand the importance of agriculture in southwest Michigan.  Our local committee makes recommendations to the Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPac Committee for their Friends of Agriculture Endorsement.  If you're a  farmer in Berrien County and are also a member of the Berrien County Farm Bureau, you're invited to participate by sitting on this committee.

Roll-Over Protection Systems

The Berrien County Farm Bureau has a ROPS committee that is committed to assisting farmers with older model tractors without Roll-over Protection in obtaining them through local dealers through a cost-share program.

Harvest for All

Harvest For AllWhile Michigan's farm families work hard year-round to help produce the world's most abundant supply of affordable, high-quality food, this fact remains: many of their fellow citizens continue to feel the pangs of hunger.

Taking action, Farm Bureau works with the Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) and the Michigan Agricultural Surplus System (MASS) to encourage Farm Bureau members to help fight hunger in Michigan.

Harvest for All is a unique way for Michigan's first harvesters to finish the job by assisting FBCM in providing food to Michigan families in need.

According to FBCM, hunger is a reality for nearly a million Michiganders, young and old, who never imagined they would be dependent on food banks, pantries, shelters and school lunch programs.

For more information on the Harvest for All program, visit the Michigan Farm Bureau website

Project Rural Education Day (R.E.D)

Project Rural Education Days  is a day when students venture through local educational and hands-on stations outlining the role agriculture plans in their lives.  Teachers clearly see the value in educating our next generation about agriculture, and support Project RED and the importance of making the connection between the crop in the field, the processing, and marketing, food travels through to arrive at the grocery store.  Rural Education Day is indeed an investment in our local education and a true coming together of the community to make this event a success.

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