Proposed policy resolutions approved by delegates at the county annual meeting

View the resolutions below that were approved at the county annual and submitted to the state policy development committee to be considered at the Michigan Farm Bureau annual meeting. 

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015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
015-Industrial HempWe support having hemp as a legal crop and the approval of hemp as a crop having Federal and State oversite to assure the crop production is useful for Industrial purposes. (N&I 204)
097-HighwaysWe support the adequate funding of the entire Highway system (local, urban, state and Federal roads) within the state to assure a reasonable usage by the traveling public inclusive of the farm community. In addition, we support the fact that the road system includes both the traveled portion of the road and bridges, culverts, cross tubes, signage, ditches and brush and trees cleared back to allow for the unobstructed passage of farm equipment. We also support a separate culvert fund modeled after the current bridge fund that funds replacement of culverts that have collapsed. We support the design and engineering of bridge and culvert structures to handle a 100 year rain event. When other state agencies (DEQ, DNR etc.) require additional requirements they shall be responsible for funding that portions of bridge and culvert replacement that their agency cause that exceeding a 100 year rain event. We support that any additional road funding developed will be distributed thru the existing Act 51 process and no additional funding will be set aside for special projects, roads or bridges (with the exception of creating a culvert fund) that has the result of helping an individual jurisdiction or class of road. We support the concept that roads should be paid for by usage fees and as such support a operational fee put on electric vehicles. Lastly, with the increased use of off road vehicle in farming and the fact that farms are getting larger and many times are on multiple fields we support the use of non-road legal vehicles for farming purposes.
097-HighwaysWe support the adequate funding of the entire Highway system (local, urban, state and Federal roads) within the state to assure a reasonable usage by the traveling public inclusive of the farm community. In addition, we support the fact that the road system includes both the traveled portion of the road and bridges, culverts, cross tubes, signage, ditches and brush and trees cleared back to allow for the unobstructed passage of farm equipment. We also support a separate culvert fund modeled after the current bridge fund that funds replacement of culverts that have collapsed. We support the design and engineering of bridge and culvert structures to handle a 100 year rain event. When other state agencies (DEQ, DNR etc.) require additional requirements they shall be responsible for funding that portions of bridge and culvert replacement that their agency cause that exceeding a 100 year rain event. We support that any additional road funding developed will be distributed thru the existing Act 51 process and no additional funding will be set aside for special projects, roads or bridges (with the exception of creating a culvert fund) that has the result of helping an individual jurisdiction or class of road. We support the concept that roads should be paid for by usage fees and as such support a operational fee put on electric vehicles. Lastly, with the increased use of off road vehicle in farming and the fact that farms are getting larger and many times are on multiple fields we support the use of non-road legal vehicles for farming purposes.
097-HighwaysWe support the adequate funding of the entire Highway system (local, urban, state and Federal roads) within the state to assure a reasonable usage by the traveling public inclusive of the farm community. In addition, we support the fact that the road system includes both the traveled portion of the road and bridges, culverts, cross tubes, signage, ditches and brush and trees cleared back to allow for the unobstructed passage of farm equipment. We also support a separate culvert fund modeled after the current bridge fund that funds replacement of culverts that have collapsed. We support the design and engineering of bridge and culvert structures to handle a 100 year rain event. When other state agencies (DEQ, DNR etc.) require additional requirements they shall be responsible for funding that portions of bridge and culvert replacement that their agency cause that exceeding a 100 year rain event. We support that any additional road funding developed will be distributed thru the existing Act 51 process and no additional funding will be set aside for special projects, roads or bridges (with the exception of creating a culvert fund) that has the result of helping an individual jurisdiction or class of road. We support the concept that roads should be paid for by usage fees and as such support a operational fee put on electric vehicles. Lastly, with the increased use of off road vehicle in farming and the fact that farms are getting larger and many times are on multiple fields we support the use of non-road legal vehicles for farming purposes.
097-HighwaysWe support the adequate funding of the entire Highway system (local, urban, state and Federal roads) within the state to assure a reasonable usage by the traveling public inclusive of the farm community. In addition, we support the fact that the road system includes both the traveled portion of the road and bridges, culverts, cross tubes, signage, ditches and brush and trees cleared back to allow for the unobstructed passage of farm equipment. We also support a separate culvert fund modeled after the current bridge fund that funds replacement of culverts that have collapsed. We support the design and engineering of bridge and culvert structures to handle a 100 year rain event. When other state agencies (DEQ, DNR etc.) require additional requirements they shall be responsible for funding that portions of bridge and culvert replacement that their agency cause that exceeding a 100 year rain event. We support that any additional road funding developed will be distributed thru the existing Act 51 process and no additional funding will be set aside for special projects, roads or bridges (with the exception of creating a culvert fund) that has the result of helping an individual jurisdiction or class of road. We support the concept that roads should be paid for by usage fees and as such support a operational fee put on electric vehicles. Lastly, with the increased use of off road vehicle in farming and the fact that farms are getting larger and many times are on multiple fields we support the use of non-road legal vehicles for farming purposes.