Putting Our Members First
The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on Farm Bureau members across the state but, thankfully, the end seems to be in sight. Vaccines are now readily available to most Americans. To learn more about current availability and appointments, refer to your local health department or call the COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136.
Regulations and guidelines regarding public gatherings, mask requirements and workplace guidelines continue to evolve. You can find the most recent information from the Center for Disease Control here as well as Michigan-focused guidelines and information here.
We’re in This Together
Throughout the pandemic, the Michigan Farm Bureau Family of Companies, as always, put members first. Through our “We’re in This Together” initiative we:
- Funded 1.1 million meals to school children (distributed through the Food Bank Council’s seven food banks)
- Provided members and first responders access to more than $5 million in meals at local restaurants throughout Michigan.
- Issued up to $8 million in premium credits to personal auto policyholders.
If you have questions about the initiative or want to check on eligibility and status of a premium credit, contact your local agent.
Commitment to Service
Our policyholders saw uninterrupted service throughout the pandemic and that commitment to service continues. If you need to manage your policies and/or accounts, you can:
- Contact your local agent directly.
- For mailed payments, please send your check to: Farm Bureau, PO Box 298, Grand Rapids, MI 49501-0298 (be sure to include your policy number in the "notes" section of the check).
Michigan Farm News
Focusing on agriculture, the Michigan Farm News team provided (and continues to provide) rock-solid information and reporting on covid-related issues of importance to our 40,000-plus farming members through the Michigan Farm News print and digital outlets.
Michigan Farm Bureau’s team of resource experts and legislative partners worked tirelessly to ensure any regulations being considered took agricultural impacts into account and made sure members had the information and resources they needed to keep their businesses running and their employees and families safe. See below for links to resources that can help you as the country re-opens and we start on the path to recovery.