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Jan
27
2015

Join the NAMA Social Media Corps

The National Agri-Marketing Association and Farm Credit are looking for a few good agricultural communications students to join the 2015 Agri-Marketing Conference Social Media Corps. This unique opportunity allows students to gain real-world experience in developing their social media communications skills. Read More

Jan
22
2015

Sponsorships Available for Farm Credit Idea Share Conference

Each year, Idea Share creates a vibrant, interactive experience for marketing and PR professionals from across the Farm Credit System. The experience is overwhelmingly appreciated and recognized by attendees, many of whom attend year after year to gain valuable insights from their colleagues and other industry professionals. Read More

Jan
20
2015

Farm Credit Announces 2015 National Contributions Award Recipients

For nearly 100 years, Farm Credit has been committed to its mission of service to rural America. Through our National Contributions Program, Farm Credit continues to work to ensure a vibrant and thriving rural America for generations to come. As we embark on 2015, we look back on the past year with gratitude and anticipate an exciting new year to come. We are pleased to announce our 2015 National Contributions Award Recipients. Read More

Jan
14
2015

Farm Credit Organizations Across the U.S. Offering College Scholarships

Some might say that the future of agriculture is in the hands of the young, and many Farm Credit organizations offer scholarships to high school seniors to support their college education in ag-related areas. Ranging from a few hundred dollars to more than a thousand, these funds can help defray tuition, book and supply costs, and other college expenses. Read More

Jan
07
2015

Business of Agriculture: Choosing the Right Financial Partner

Finding the right lender for an agricultural operation is a key business decision that can impact the success of an operation. Because of the high capital needs and the cyclical nature of agriculture – as soon as one season is over, preparation for the next begins – farmers and ranchers are best served when they find a lender with whom they can work long-term, both working together for the producer’s success. Read More

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