Michigan Farm Bureau Centennial | Little Brown Jug
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Little Brown Jug

Menominee earned the coveted Little Brown Jug trophy in 1967 for being the first county Farm Bureau in the Upper Peninsula to achieve its membership goal. Here longtime U.P. Regional Representative Hugo Kivi (left) here presents the award to Menominee County’s Oren Berto (right). Does anyone out there know if Oren was Menominee’s county president or membership chair? Share your insights below!

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