Consumer Information

  • Michigan Agriculture Facts & Figures PDF icon

    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 dry beans, red tart cherries, blueberries, squash, nine floriculture products (including hanging baskets, Easter lilies, geraniums, petunias, and impatiens), and cucumbers for pickles. Michigan also ranks in the top 10 for 63 other commodities.

  • Michigan Ag Council

    The Michigan Ag Council is an organization of commodity groups and agribusinesses working together to raise awareness of food and agriculture today. In Michigan, we enjoy 300+ great-tasting, high-quality fresh foods and products because more than 50,000 local families farm here.

  • Michigan's Smoke Free Air Law