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Michigan Farm Bureau - where belonging makes a difference!

For more than 80 years, Michigan Farm Bureau has been dedicated to protecting and defending the economic rights of its members. Since 1919, we have grown to more than 200,000 members statewide, and each of our 67 county Farm Bureau organizations continues to be managed by an elected board of directors comprised solely of farmers.

Whether you're involved in a leadership program, interested in Farm Bureau policy or utilizing a member service, belonging to Michigan Farm Bureau as a member opens the door to countless opportunities within the organization.

How do I join?

When you join Farm Bureau, you become a member of your county Farm Bureau, the Michigan Farm Bureau and the 5+ million-member American Farm Bureau. Once you join, members of your family become members of Farm Bureau - it all begins with the membership application that you can fill in, print, and mail back to us ... we'll take it from there.

How much does it cost?

Each year, county Farm Bureau's set their membership dues. Look for your county Farm Bureau's dues in the table below.

Huron Shores - 50.00
Hiawathaland - 46.00
Allegan County - 50.00
Huron Shores - 50.00
Antrim County - 50.00
Arenac County - 50.00
Copper Country - 45.00
Barry County - 50.00
Bay County - 45.00
Benzie-Manistee - 50.00
Berrien County - 49.00
Branch County - 50.00
Calhoun County - 50.00
Cass County - 50.00
Charlevoix County - 50.00
Cheboygan County - 50.00
Chippewa County - 45.00
Clare County - 50.00
Clinton County - 50.00
Otsego County - 45.00
Hiawathaland - 46.00
Iron Range - 45.00
Eaton County - 50.00
Emmet County - 50.00
Genesee County - 50.00
Gladwin County - 50.00
Copper Country - 45.00
Northwest - 45.00
Gratiot County - 50.00
Hillsdale County - 50.00
Copper Country - 45.00
Huron County - 50.00
Ingham County - 50.00
Ionia County - 50.00
Iosco County - 50.00
Iron Range - 45.00
Isabella County - 50.00
Jackson County - 50.00
Kalamazoo County - 49.00
Kalkaska County - 45.00
Kent County - 50.00
Copper Country - 45.00
Osceola County - 50.00
Lapeer County - 50.00
Northwest - 45.00
Lenawee County - 50.00
Livingston County - 50.00
Mac-Luce Schoolcraft - 45.00
Mac-Luce Schoolcraft - 45.00
Macomb County - 50.00
Benzie-Manistee - 50.00
Hiawathaland - 46.00
Iron Range - 45.00
Mason County - 50.00
Mecosta County - 50.00
Menominee County - 45.00
Midland County - 50.00
Missaukee County - 50.00
Monroe County - 50.00
Montcalm County - 50.00
Montmorency County - 45.00
Muskegon County - 50.00
Newaygo County - 50.00
Oakland County - 45.00
Oceana County - 50.00
Ogemaw County - 50.00
Copper Country - 45.00
Osceola County - 50.00
Montmorency County - 45.00
Otsego County - 45.00
Ottawa County - 48.00
Presque Isle County - 50.00
Ogemaw County - 50.00
Saginaw County - 50.00
Sanilac County - 50.00
Mac-Luce Schoolcraft - 45.00
Shiawassee County - 50.00
St. Clair County - 50.00
St. Joseph County - 50.00
Tuscola County - 50.00
Van Buren County - 50.00
Washtenaw County - 50.00
Wayne County - 50.00
Wexford County - 50.00

Download the Michigan Farm Bureau Membership Application

Print the application and fill it out completely. Don't forget to sign your name at the bottom!

When you have finished the application, mail it with your check to:

Michigan Farm Bureau
PO Box 30960
Lansing, MI 48909-8460

Checks should be made out to Farm Bureau for the amount listed above for the county in which you are applying.

Once your application has been processed, you should receive your membership within a few weeks.