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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.
In conjunction with National Nurses' Week, the Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas announce a scholarship opportunity available to assist rural nurses with continuing education and training that supports the unique health needs of Arkansas farmers.
The Farm Credit Midsouth Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 14 students chosen to receive this year’s $1000 scholarship awards from the Association.
Eric Branscum may have grown up working on his family’s farm, but as long as he can remember he has wanted to pursue a career in banking. Enter the opportunity to combine the best of both worlds at Farm Credit Midsouth, and you have what he pretty much describes as his “dream job.”
With a new Congress and Administration up and running, 2021 brings many opportunities for America’s farmers and ranchers and the rural communities where they live.
Did you know? Our loan experts have years of experience specializing in solutions for farmers of all ages. Simply being active in 4-H and/or FFA automatically gives you access to Farm Credit agriculture lending experts, a great interest rate and the financing to pursue your own agricultural project.
This issue, we’re introducing you to Farm Credit Midsouth Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer Michael Clayman. Like a number of Farm Credit Midsouth’s most senior employees, he has been with Farm Credit for more than two decades, though his journey has taken him through several Associations.
Hard to believe, but we find ourselves in a situation very similar to where we were last year at this time. The pandemic, government policy, and the weather are all once again on our minds. Thankfully though, we have much better prices across the board for the crops we grow in our Association’s territory as we prepare for the 2021 growing season.
If you’ve been a member of the Northeast Arkansas ag community for a while, you may be familiar with Farm Credit Midsouth and what we do. But we thought it might be a good idea to put pen to paper for those who may be new to the area, farmers starting out, or those who reside in rural communities who may unknowingly be eligible for our products and services.
Being a member of Farm Credit Midsouth has its advantages. In addition to access to competitive lending rates, qualifying members receive a Patronage Payout of the profits! Yes, it’s true. This February our members will receive $6,699,420.52 cash back to spend however they choose.
Farm Credit Midsouth Vice President, Jonesboro Branch Manager Eric Branscum is pleased to announce the promotion of Justin Ladd to Senior Loan Officer at the branch.