Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where can I find information relating to Farm Bureau Insurance?
A. Although Michigan Farm Bureau and Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan belong to the same family of companies, they maintain separate websites. For insurance information, visit the Farm Bureau Insurance website. For health and dental insurance information, visit the Member Benefits area of the Michigan Farm Bureau website.
Q. Can I pay my Michigan Farm Bureau membership dues or my Farm Bureau Insurance premiums online?
A. Yes, visit the FB Pay website.
Q. Are there any job openings at Michigan Farm Bureau?
A. For job postings at the Michigan Farm Bureau family of companies, please visit the Farm Bureau Insurance Careers Page.
Q. Where can I find information relating to Michigan Farm News?
A. For answers to frequently asked questions about the Michigan Farm News, visit the Michigan Farm News FAQ page.
Q. Where can I find information relating to Agrinotes & News?
A. For answers to frequently asked questions about Agrinotes & News, visit the Agrinotes & News FAQ page.
Q. Where can I find a plat book for my county?
A. Plat books can be obtained from your county's Planning Department or from your local MSU Extension Office. Expect to pay a fee of approximately $40. To see the contact information for your local County Administrative Manager, please select your county from the "County Farm Bureau Information" dropdown menu on the left.
Q. Where are your on-line greeting cards?
A. The on-line greeting card service is offered through the Farm Bureau Insurance Greeting Cards page.
Q. I recently found some Farm Bureau Services, Inc. stock. Could you tell me the current value of my shares?
A. Farm Bureau Services, Inc. stock and other securities have no value. For more information visit the following links:
Q. I recently found some Agra Land, Inc. stock. Could you tell me its value?
A. Agra Land, Inc. stock has no value. For more information visit the following links:
Q. How valuable is my stock in the Saginaw County Farm Bureau Oil Company?
A. Saginaw County Farm Bureau Oil Company had no formal relationship with Michigan Farm Bureau. It was an independent local fuel cooperative. It ran into financial difficulties in the 1980's and surrendered its assets to unpaid creditors. It formally dissolved on August, 7, 1991, and any outstanding stock issued by the company would now be worthless.