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Dec
16
2014

In Case You Missed It: The Business of Agriculture

Managing a successful farm or ranch takes an extensive amount of knowledge about how best to care for crops and livestock in order to increase yields and produce abundant, safe and affordable food. In addition to these areas of expertise, agricultural producers are also business managers working to build and manage thriving operations. In 2014, The AGgregator launched the Business of Agriculture blog series to shed light on some of these business topics. Primarily authored by experienced subject matter experts from within the Farm Credit System, here’s what we covered this year. Read More

Dec
15
2014

Apply Now for the Southern SAWG Social Media Corps

The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Workgroup (Southern SAWG) and Farm Credit are now recruiting for the 2015 Southern SAWG Social Media Corps. This unique opportunity allows students to gain real-world experience in developing their social media and communications skills. Apply now! Read More

Dec
12
2014

In Case You Missed It: Farm Credit on Cattleman to Cattleman

This fall, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen TV show featured two agricultural education and training programs that Farm Credit supports through the National Contributions Program. Read More

Dec
11
2014

Farm Credit History: Financing the Harvest, Funding Farm Credit

As the autumn harvest draws to a close, America’s farmers are inevitably reminded of the literal truth behind the axiom “you reap what you sow.” For nearly 100 years, Farm Credit has sown low-cost loans that have yielded the world’s greatest agricultural economy. Yet, getting these loans to farmers is no small process. It has taken many dedicated individuals—and years of changes—to fund the Farm Credit System. Read More

Dec
10
2014

In Case You Missed It: Diversity & Inclusion

Agriculture is growing more diverse each year, with a diverse group of producers managing many different types of farms, and raising a broad variety of crops and livestock. It’s no surprise, then, that Farm Credit is committed to fostering diversity and embracing inclusion in our operations, both in the employees we hire and the customers we serve. Read More

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