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The winners of our latest Photo Contest have been announced. These winning photos may be featured in: Across The Midsouth newsletter, calendar, FCM website, and you may even see some photos hanging in your local branch offices.
If you are young, eager and interested in agriculture, you may be the perfect candidate to attend the Future Legacy Young and Beginning Farmers Conference in North Little Rock, Arkansas – a two-day, all-expense paid opportunity to learn and network with your peers from across the state.
There are people who prey on trustworthy individuals looking for ways to catch them off guard and take advantage. With the prevalence of these ‘hackers,’ it’s important to proactively keep yourself safe and your account and information private and secure.
Dustin Henson was elected to the Farm Credit Midsouth Board of Directors in 2019 after spending a lifetime as a part of the Northeast Arkansas ag community. After growing up on a family farm in Paragould, he has been farming for himself since taking out his first loan with Farm Credit in 2009. He has been a Member ever since.
At least once a year, most businesses, including Farm Credit Midsouth, go through a strategic planning and risk assessment process. This process involves a serious, unbiased, open-minded evaluation of the business’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT).
The whole Delta Farms team is interested in innovation and automation in all aspects of their operation, so we took the opportunity to check in with Carol Despain to see how things are going since signing up for MyFCM, Farm Credit Midsouth’s convenient, secure online banking portal.
Delta Farms has been a longtime Farm Credit Midsouth Member, so when the group approached Farm Credit about financing what was admittedly an unconventional project, the Farm Credit team listened. The partners put together a comprehensive plan outlining the operation’s energy demands and how the costs could be offset by solar.