Michigan Farm Bureau Centennial | Ken Vesser
Michigan Farm Bureau centennial site celebrating 100 years of Michigan Farm Bureau.
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Ken Vesser

Menominee County farmer and proud father Ken Veeser with his boys Adam(center) and Ben (left). Boldly sporting a Joe Theismann jersey in the heart of Packer country, young Ben there is now positioning to take over the farm in Bark River (just west of Escanaba), which transitioned from dairy to beef production just within the past decade. If you have a vintage photo that helps tell the story of your farm family, we’d love to see and share it as Michigan Farm Bureaus celebrates 100 years of serving the state’s farm families­—including yours! Email your classic farm family images to this address, and don’t forget to include a description!

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