Farm Credit Mid-America is an agricultural lending cooperative owned and controlled by our customers. We are one of the largest associations within the Farm Credit System. With more than 1,100 employees, we serve nearly 100,000 customers throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Since all our customers are members, they have a voice in how the organization is run. Our customers help shape who we are, define the course we take moving forward and decide who will be on our Board of Directors to guide us there.
Our purpose is to secure the future of rural communities and agriculture.
We have integrity.
We value our differences and seek to understand.
We are dedicated to excellence and take our purpose to heart.
Farm Credit Mid-America conducts its business by following high standards of honesty, integrity, impartiality, loyalty and are consistent with applicable laws and regulations. View our Code of Ethics.
Board of Directors
Farm Credit Mid-America is a cooperative owned by its customer stockholders who purchase voting stock, giving them the right to participate in director elections and vote on issues influencing the operations of the Association. The cooperative is governed by a board.
Some members of the Farm Credit Mid-America Board of Directors also serve on the Association’s Audit Committee. They meet in person and by telephone conference calls throughout the year.
The Nominating Committee selects board and nominating committee candidates for the Farm Credit Mid-America annual elections.
Executive Leadership Team
Farm Credit Mid-America is led by our Executive Committee that provides leadership to more than 1,100 employees throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Employees, customers, business partners and vendors can anonymously report concerns about accounting, financial reporting and audit-related matters.
Acting on the local level, advisors meet three times a year to provide input and help direct the governance of the Farm Credit cooperative by making the needs and concerns of customers known to its elected officials.