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Dec
05
2014

In Case You Missed It: Farm Credit Basics

The Farm Credit System has a straightforward mission of providing financing to agriculture and rural America, but it operates in a complex environment and is structured in a way that carries its own complexities. In case you missed it, The AGgregator launched a new series in 2014 called Farm Credit Basics which was aimed to take some of the mystery out of our structure. Read More

Dec
02
2014

December 2014 Preview: Year In Review

This month on The AGgregator, we’ll be highlighting and recapping some of the year’s most popular topics in our annual 'In Case You Missed It' series. Join us as we countdown to 2015 and dive deeper into the following topics. Read More

Sep
25
2014

Farm Credit Basics: Cooperative Principle #7

In many ways, a cooperative is similar to a community, with member-owners committed to the organization’s success electing its leadership and sharing in its financial success. It’s no surprise, then, that cooperatives are committed to their broader communities as well, which follow the seventh cooperative principle: Concern for Community. Read More

Aug
27
2014

Farm Credit Basics: Cooperative Principle #6

The unique structure of cooperatives, including being both owned and governed by their customer-members, embodies a culture of cooperation – with customers, with colleagues and with fellow cooperative organizations. This “Cooperation among Cooperatives” is the sixth guiding principle embraced by all cooperatives: that cooperatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the cooperative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures. Read More

Aug
26
2014

Farm Credit Basics: How the Federal Reserve Impacts Rural Credit Conditions

The Federal Reserve System serves as the nation’s central bank, working to provide a safe, flexible, and stable monetary and financial system. Consisting of 12 Federal Reserve Banks located in major cities throughout the nation, the Federal Reserve’s main focus is to keep inflation under control and keep unemployment low. Read More

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