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Farm Bureau Insurance Ann Arbor, MI, 48103
Michigan's Insurance Company ! One of the great things about Michigan is Farm Bureau Insurance- We’re dedicated to serving Michigan - and only Michigan We were founded in 1949 by Michigan farmers—members of Michigan Farm Bureau—who wanted an insurance company that worked as hard as they did, gave honest service, and cared about Michigan’s future. Those values still guide us today and are the reaso...
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