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.
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.
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.
Our customers are at the heart of everything we do at Farm Credit Mid-America. If you have experienced financial hardships due to COVID-19, funding available through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)* may be available to you, and we want you to have this important information.
On Tuesday, May 26, the USDA will begin accepting applications through the CFAP* from agricultural producers who have suffered losses. This program includes $16 billion in direct payments to producers to help offset impacts from the pandemic, including direct losses as well as additional adjustment and marketing costs.
In partnership with Watts & Associates, an organization that specializes in farm policy and agriculture economics, we have provided an overview on the intent of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, including the program design, eligibility and limitations, and signup resources. To view, please play the below video.
More information about the program and application requirements are available through the USDA’s website at www.farmers.gov/cfap.
*The information on this page is being provided for informational purposes only and may not be relied upon and does not bind Farm Credit Mid-America to the terms expressed above. All information is subject to change and prospective applicants are encouraged to refer to the publications about the CFAP from the United States Department of Agriculture for the most recent and accurate information. Farm Credit Mid-America does not provide Legal, Tax, or other professional advice and the foregoing shall not be construed as such.
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