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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.

All profiles tagged with "Cooperatives":
  • Ronald Gabriel

    Grand Saline, TX

    Doing what he loves - raising beef cattle and quarter horses - is more than enough for this Texas rancher. 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 »
  • Larry and Jenny Black

    Fort Meade, FL

    As a citrus grower and manager of a citrus packing company, Larry Black works to increase citrus yields and overcome a resilient tree disease. 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 »
  • Darryl W. Rhodes

    Wichita, KS

    U.S. AgBank's president and CEO plans his retirement after four decades of service to the Farm Credit System and its customers. Read More »
  • Mike McLain

    Gruver, TX

    The wind sweeping across Texas has become a friend for this cattle rancher and farmer, and generated power for homes across three states. Read More »
  • Associated Electric Cooperative

    Springfield, MO

    One electric power cooperative is finding new ways to hedge against uncertainty while providing low-cost energy to its customers. Read More »
  • The Garay Family

    Arrey, NM

    Three generations of a New Mexico family have grown their chile processing business to 4.4 million pounds annually. Read More »