Competitive rates on long-term fixed-rate financing options.
Meet the routine cash flow needs of your business and manage risk.
Modernize with affordable, convenient financing.
Conveniently manage daily farm and family needs.
Acquire flexibility and potential tax benefits.
Financing farm-related services such as custom application.
Maximize returns by putting idle funds to work where they generate the best return.
Financing for ag equipment and irrigation systems.
Purchase or refinance your country home easily with a variety of fixed and adjustable rate options
Go from construction to permanent financing with one simple simple loan package – so there's no refinancing required when the project is complete
Buy the land you want for your dream of country living, with fixed rate financing options available
Enjoy your own private space for horseback riding, hunting, fishing and other recreational activities
Offering established row crop farmers the caliber of financing they need to remain competitive and expand.
Large-scale producers receive financing to stay competitive and manage, improve or enlarge their operations.
We help producers embrace opportunities and surmount milk price hurdles the market can present.
Specialized financing for food and protein processors, feed millers, retailers and
Large, established poultry and egg producers receive financing that takes market swings and regulations into account.
Large-scale pork producers, integrators and processors receive guidance and resources to help expand their operations.
We help sawmills, wood processing operations and large timberland owners work to achieve profitability.
The stories, people and programs that are making an impact in rural communities and agriculture.
Collaborating with businesses and others in the agricultural industry that passionately care about rural America.
Initiatives that contribute to the economic vibrancy of rural communities and agriculture.
Where agriculture meets business and expertise meets Insight.
Meet the people and explore the forces shaping the place you call home.
Your vote in the Board of Directors’ election is critically important this year, as it is a true expression of your commitment to one another, this country and its deep roots in rural life and agriculture.
Farm Credit Mid-America asks stockholding customers to vote to elect or re-elect three members to the Association’s Board of Directors. Rare has been the time this benefit of belonging to a cooperative – the right to choose who governs, directs and influences operations – has been as important as it is in 2020.
The outbreak and spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) have upended every segment of American life, with an especially stark impact on agriculture and rural communities. Prices, labor, market access and the supply chain, worker health and safety, reduced ethanol production have all significantly impacted farmer’s’ operations.
State and local stay-at-home orders have kept farmers away from farmers’ markets, a staple for many operations, as well as made it more difficult to secure feed, seed and fertilizer. What hasn’t been significantly affected is customers’ access to reliable credit, support and help from Farm Credit Mid-America.
Much of Farm Credit Mid-America’s ability to stay connected to customers, to be a reliable partner in farmers’ operations and to deliver strong financial results is driven by our Farm Credit Mid-America Board of Directors, men and women whose livelihoods depend on the strength of rural communities and agriculture. They also have a very personal and intimate understanding of how the coronavirus is impacting their operations.
With agriculture as unsettled as it ever has been, maintaining sound counsel on the board is critical, so it’s especially important for stockholding customers to vote – to choose a diverse and well-rounded board that offers sage advice, sound counsel, built-in accountability, tenured experience and unparalleled expertise.
Now more than ever.
Board of director candidates were announced April 16, after the Association’s annual meeting. There are three board openings, one each in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. To learn more about the candidates on the 2020 ballot, click here to view their individual profiles.
Voting – by mail and online – opens May 7 and runs through June 4. Customers with voting stock are eligible to vote and voting stock is purchased at the time of a customer’s loan origination. Election results will be announced in June.
Two incumbents and one new grower and producer added to the Association’s Board of Directors.
Spring weather this year has prevented or delayed planting for some producers. Know your options before filing a Prevent Plant claim.
USDA program includes $16 billion in direct payments to producers to help offset impacts from the pandemic. Applications open Tuesday, May 26.
With new funding likely to be approved this week, Farm Credit Mid-America is accepting online applications for the Paycheck Protection Program.
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