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Oct
03
2013

October 2013 Preview: Coop Month, Fall Harvest and Rocktober

Nearly 100 years ago, President Woodrow Wilson signed the Farm Loan Act, which created what is known today as the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of cooperatively owned lending institutions serving agriculture and rural America. October is is National Cooperative Month, which offers us an opportunity to celebrate our unique business model and pause to thank our borrower-owners who fill our refrigerators, power our homes and bring us safe drinking water. October is full of other celebrations that honor our nation’s farmers and ranchers – here’s a look at the month ahead. Read More

Oct
24
2012

Farm Credit Rocks at the National FFA Convention

Farm Credit is celebrating Hispanic heritage and personal achievement this week at the 85th National FFA Convention and Expo. The Farm Credit Rocks experience has returned to the FFA Convention Expo and, all FFA attendees are invited to rock with Farm Credit, and get free music too at booth #4311! Read More

Oct
01
2012

October Preview: Pork, Apples & Cooperative Month

October is National Cooperative Month, and this year, we’ll celebrate it as part of the International Year of Cooperatives. As the nation's oldest and largest financial cooperative, the Farm Credit System is sharing a series addressing each of the seven cooperative principles. While you are catching up on all things cooperative, October is also full of great ways to fall into cooler weather, warm comfort food and autumn activities too! Read More

Jul
12
2012

Farm Credit Rocks! At the Texas State FFA Convention

This week, Farm Credit introduced a new level of competition to the Texas State FFA Convention. The rewards weren’t in recognition for leadership or scholarship - the highest honors went to those who rocked! Read More

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