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Meet Our Customers - Producing Excellence

Producing Excellence shares compelling stories of American farmers and ranchers, representing the diversity to be found in this thriving industry sector: operations large and small, organic and conventional, rural and urban, newcomers to agriculture and producers whose operations span generations. With financing from Farm Credit and critical services provided by rural utility companies also represented here, these successful business people are producing the food, fuel and fiber on which we all depend.

  • Kristy Griffis Arnold

    Wayne County, GA

    "It's in your blood" says this farmer who's joined her family farming, cattle and embryo operation. Read More »
  • Dick Davidson

    Columbus, OH

    Many years as a farmer and a Farm Credit leader have given Dick Davidson a long-term view of agriculture. Read More »
  • Shawn and Shane Tiffany

    Herrington, KS

    Focusing on individualized marketing and risk management strategies for their customers have helped these brothers build a thriving feed yard. Read More »
  • Mickey Fowler

    Toney, AL

    Choosing to give up his own operation, this one-time farmer now focuses on locating and auctioning farm equipment and land for area farmers and ranchers. Read More »
  • Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation

    Jersey City, NJ

    Working closely with a local non-profit organization offers employees multiple ways to contribute to the lives of women and children. Read More »
  • Randy McNeil

    Jonesboro, AR

    Continual expansion has enabled this ag businessman to buy and sell significant amounts of Arkansas rice. Read More »
  • Annie and Mike Dee

    Aliceville, AL

    Building a 110 acre reservoir to support their extensive irrigation system will help these farmers withstand periods of drought. Read More »
  • Mary Fritz

    Chester, MT

    Mary Fritz has taken a leadership role within Farm Credit for nearly two decades, one of the growing number of women to do so. Read More »