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Congratulations Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations Scholarship Recipients

A total of 14 scholarships were awarded across Farm Credit Midsouth's seven branches.

Gibson Completes Basic Appraisal Training

Gibson Completes Basic Appraisal Training

Lee Petty, Farm Credit Midsouth Branch Manager in Barton, is pleased to announce that loan officer Greg Gibson recently completed Basic Appraisal Procedures (A102) at the Farm Credit Bank of Texas in Austin on April 28–May 1.

Salter Completes Appraisal Training, Honored by ASU

Salter Completes Appraisal Training, Honored by ASU

Jay Salter, loan officer at Farm Credit Midsouth in Marion, recently completed training for Basic Appraisal Procedures (A102) in Austin, Texas. Held at the Farm Credit Bank of Texas April 28 – May 1, this four-day course guides lenders through the valuation process, building on basic principles and concepts previously learned. By successfully completing the course and corresponding exam, Salter has met the educational requirements for basic appraisal procedures in the majority of U.S. states.

Spring 2014 Cultivating Progress

Spring 2014 Cultivating Progress

The Spring 2014 Cultivating Progress newsletter is now available.

Farm Credit Midsouth Competes in Chili Cook-off

Farm Credit Midsouth Competes in Chili Cook-off

On October 22, Farm Credit Midsouth entered the 4th Annual Red Hot Chili Pot Challenge held at ASU's Tailgate City.

Pizza Ranch Connects Kids & Agriculture

Pizza Ranch Connects Kids & Agriculture

Approximately 320 first-grade students from Brookland and Fox Meadow Elementary Schools attended Farm Credit Midsouth’s annual Pizza Ranch on Sept. 27 at Allen Park.

Nominating Committee

Nominating Committee

Farm Credit Midsouth will hold its annual Stockholders Meeting on February 25, 2014 at 12pm at the Arkansas State University Convocation Center, Jonesboro, AR. Director positions up for election are indicated below.

Fall 2013 Cultivating Progress Newsletter

Fall 2013 Cultivating Progress Newsletter

FArm Credit Midsouth's latest edition of Cultivating Progress is available now.

Marconi & Brewer Complete Ag Lending School

Marconi & Brewer Complete Ag Lending School

Benji Marconi and Brandon Brewer of Farm Credit Midsouth were two of 32 agricultural lenders who attended the University of Missouri Agricultural Lending School held June 3-7 in Columbia. Marconi and Brewer are loan officers in the Marion and Corning branches, respectively.

The Importance of Working Capital

The Importance of Working Capital

You may ask yourself, “Why is working capital so important?” The answer is “protection against adversity,” and with the heightened volatility pricing in commodities and input costs, having liquidity available is more important than ever.

Diversity has proven to be valuable in 2012!

Diversity has proven to be valuable in 2012!

Diversity is defined as, “the state or quality of being different or varied.” 2012 has shown our farmers just how important it is to be diverse. The ability to grow different crops has provided a number of options in planting, rotating, irrigating or marketing. The days of solely being a one-crop farmer are long gone. Our farmers’ abilities to be diverse in their production will continue to be a major factor in their long term viability.

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