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When you're ready to start building your dream home in the country, you'll need someone on your side who can work with you to make sure your dreams of rural living become a reality. At Farm Credit Mid-America, we've helped thousands of dreamers just like you build their rural homes, because rural is what we do.

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Dukie Eden farms corn, soybeans, tobacco and canola in Orlinda, Tennessee. And he knows the advantage of having a good financial partner. “There’s value in working with just one or two people who are local and really understand our operation,” says Dukie. See how our team approach helps Dukie manage his crop insurance and operating loans.

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Natalie and Greg Gilbert always wanted to see the family farm continue and preserve that history for the next generation. “I think Farm Credit likes to help younger farmers succeed,” says Natalie. “There aren’t many of us out here. Somebody’s got to keep things going, to make the food and the fuel. It’s important that Farm Credit keeps investing in people like us.”

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In the late 1940s, Marcless Sneed Sr. started his Tennessee farm with one acre of land. Nine kids and more than 75 years later, the farm, now run by Ray Sneed and four of his brothers, has grown to several thousand acres. “I always refer to Farm Credit as a partner, because our interests are shared.  When we succeed, they succeed, says Ray. “Once that understanding is there with your agent, you tend not to move because that relationship is much more valuable than half a point in a percentage rate.”

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At Farm Credit, we understand that every farm, business and community is unique. So we let our customers do the talking. Our representatives travel to you and discuss your goals, on your terms, in your fields. Only by truly understanding your needs can we offer the flexible solutions necessary to achieve your dreams. With nearly 100 local offices and more than 1,100 employees throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, we know what it takes to build a life in the country and we make a point of listening to your unique situation so we can offer equally unique solutions. 

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Community Involvement

FFA Wins the Farm Credit Mid-America 299 Ways to Say Thanks Campaign

FFA foundations in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee will share a $100,000 funding boost to help them serve young people in agriculture.


Crop Insurance Keeps Bulls’ Eye

Crop insurance was cemented as the cornerstone risk management tool for farmers during the 2014 Farm Bill and already attempts have been made to pare down government support for the program.

Ag News

89 Million Corn Acres and 83.5 Million Soybean Acres This Year -- USDA

U.S. farmers will plant slightly less land to soybeans this year than the record acreage of 2014 and will plant more corn than originally projected, said the USDA.