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Farm Produce Insurance Authority

Notice of Failure The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on behalf of the Farm Produce Insurance Authority and in accordance with Sections 7(7) (g) and 15(2) (f) of the Farm Produce Insurance Act, PA 198 of 2003, as amended, is providing a notice of failure as to Pipeline Foods, LLC. of Minneapolis, MN. This notice is for its failure to financially satisfy claimants on October 20, 2021 in its capacity as a licensed grain dealer under the Grain Dealers Act, PA 141 of 1939, as amended. Contact Our Office for More Information
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The Michigan Farm Produce Insurance Authority, created by P.A. 198 of 2003, is a ten-member (eight voting) board, representing farmers, grain industry, banking interests, and has the responsibility of establishing, administering and promoting the Farm Produce Insurance Fund. Director is the non-voting chair; others appointed by the Governor.

Board Members

Visit the Governor's website to view members appointed by the Governor.

Contact

Jeff Haarer, Program Manager, Producer Security Program
Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development
517-284-5642
MDARD-GrainDealers@michigan.gov

Forms & Reporting

Your one-stop-shop for forms and documents needed to run your grain business.
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Items of Interest

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Licensee Reports

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Grain Dealers Program

The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development licenses individuals and business who receive, buy, exchange, sell, or store dry edible beans, soy beans, small grains, cereal grains and/or corn in the state of Michigan.
Grain Dealers Program

Frequently Asked Questions

The Producer Security Program, which oversees the licensing of grain dealers and haulers and conducts the responsibilities outlined in the Farm Produce Insurance Act (PA 198 of 2003, as amended), receives many questions. See if your question's already been answered.