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Raising fresh foods and quality products

Michigan farm families take pride in perfecting the art and science of growing fresh, high-quality foods

Committed to sustainability for generations

Farmers respect Michigan's land & water because they want their kids, grandkids & great-grandkids to farm here in 100 years

Michigan-grown foods from generations of farm families

Supporting local farmers in your community is easy when you live in Michigan

Michigan agriculture is a part of our lives every day. The energy we use, the clothes we wear and the food we enjoy are products of hardworking farm families across the nation and right here in Michigan. Our fridges, freezers and pantries are filled with food grown, raised and processed in our great state.

Feel good about the fresh foods and quality products of Michigan agriculture as you browse our recipes and learn more about things grown and raised by Michigan farmers, who take pride in bringing you nature’s best.

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SLBJ’s Chicken Pot Pie

This chicken pot pie recipe was developed by Sara Peltier, Lauren MacDonald, Rebecca Collins-Pfeiffer and Jenna Gates for the MSU Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen “Chopped” Competition ...

Michigan GROWN recipes

  • SLBJ’s Chicken Pot Pie

    This chicken pot pie recipe was developed by Sara Peltier, Lauren MacDonald, Rebecca Collins-Pfeiffer and Jenna Gates for the MSU Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen “Chopped” Competition ...
  • Baked stewed tomatoes

    A chicken pot pie recipe by Sara Peltier, Lauren MacDonald, Rebecca Collins-Pfeiffer and Jenna Gates for the MSU Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen “Chopped” Competition...
  • Michigan crepes

    A crepes recipe developed by Sara Peltier, Lauren MacDonald, Rebecca Collins-Pfeiffer and Jenna Gates for the MSU Extension/Isabella County Farm Bureau Teen “Chopped” Competition...

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