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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.

  • Mike Comb

    St. Martinville, LA

    Processing sugar cane from its 40 growers yields more than 1 million tons of the sweetener for this cooperatively owned sugar mill. Read More »
  • Kenneth Ray Newton

    Belfield, ND

    Bees are essential for pollinating a number of commercial crops, and also produce crops of their own. Read More »
  • Quentin Newhouse

    Fannin County, TX

    After transitioning their crops, this farm family is now working to transition the operation to the next generation. Read More »
  • Steve and Glenda Medlin

    Tikaboo Valley, NV

    Raising cattle in the Nevada desert isn't for everyone, but it's worked for Steve and Glenda Medlin for more than 38 years. Read More »
  • Antwain Downs

    Bastrop, LA

    With a family farming legacy going back more than 140 years, this farmer is building for the generations to come. Read More »
  • Orlando Cadena

    Alice, TX

    After returning from duty in the Army, this Texas farmer also returned to his roots in farming. Read More »
  • Steve Nichols

    Colton, CA

    Producing eggs to meet specialized consumer preferences has been a huge opportunity for this producer. Read More »
  • The Lanford Family

    Truth or Consequences, NM

    This ranching father and both his sons share a history of military service in addition to a commitment to their cattle ranch. Read More »