News & Blog Posts
Farm Credit Midsouth Executive Vice President and Chief Finance Officer Diane Steiling is pleased to announce the addition of Marcia McVay as Controller.
This is a question we hear all the time. As a cooperative, we operate differently than other businesses. We charge a competitive market rate, pay all of our expenses, keep what we need for capital, and then return the rest to our Members. It just so happens, as a cooperative, our members are our customers.
The USA Rice-Ducks Unlimited Rice Stewardship Partnership has gained a new sponsor, the Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas, the first agricultural lending entity to invest in the Partnership.
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is hosting a Local Conversations event on Friday, March 12, to help connect Arkansas farmers, producers, and farmers market managers.
Farm Credit Midsouth is pleased to announce its board of directors has unanimously approved this year’s all-cash patronage distribution totaling $6.7 million for eligible members. Distribution will begin at the Association’s Annual Meeting on Wednesday, February 24.
LITTLE ROCK, AR – Governor Asa Hutchinson joined Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture Wes Ward and the Arkansas Department of Agriculture in inducting 30 additional Arkansas farms into the Arkansas Century Farm Program.
This issue, we’re introducing you to Farm Credit Midsouth Senior Vice President of Branch Operations, Chief Services Officer Mike Williams. Like a number of Farm Credit Midsouth’s most senior employees, he has had the privilege of spending almost his entire career with one organization, a rarity in today’s banking world.