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At 2.4 million acres, cornfields cover more of Michigan than any other crop. The majority of Michigan corn is exported out of the state, while the corn that stays is used for animal feed and ethanol.
Products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt are good sources of calcium, potassium, vitamin D, and protein.
Michigan is home to 419,000 dairy cows on nearly 1,800 dairy farms located throughout the state. With each cow producing on average 25,957 pounds of milk per year, Michigan is second highest in the United States for production of milk per cow.
Agriculture in Michigan
Michigan grows a wide variety of crops each year and our farmers take pride in growing high-quality, diverse products. The state leads the nation in the production of several crops, including asparagus; black, cranberry, and small red dried beans; cucumbers; tart cherries; Niagara grapes; and squash.
Advocate for initiatives to protect and sustain natural resources, statewide and in your community
Network with farmers locally and across the state and Influence elected officials, agency directors and policy makers
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2019 Lansing Legislative Seminar
333 E. Michigan Ave.
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.