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From the Field: Food Hubs Open Markets for Local Foods

The Farm Credit System’s commitment to young, beginning and small farmers in all types of agriculture was on full display at last week’s National Good Food Network (NGFN) conference in Raleigh, NC. The event brought farmers, investors, buyers and community leaders together around the growing business of regional food hubs. These aggregators of products from small farms -- more than 250 hubs across the country -- bridge the wholesale gap between local food producers and larger buyers. Read More


In Case You Missed It: Top Stories in 2013

There are just a few hours left in 2013. Start your countdown to the New Year early with a look back at Farm Credit's top ten moments of the year. We wish you and yours a happy and prosperous 2014! Read More


In Case You Missed It 2013: Local Foods

In case you missed it, the local food movement is gaining followers, not just among foodies but also among a growing number of mainstream consumers. The food industry has taken note and grocery stores and restaurants alike are highlighting ingredients sourced from local producers. Read More


December 2013 Preview: Holidays, History and A Year In Review

December is usually chock full of fun and festivities, but can also bring a long list of tasks to finish before the year winds down. Take a break and join us as we look forward to this month’s holidays and look back over the past year and beyond. Read More


Farm Credit Harvest Festival Raises Nearly $3,000 to Help End Hunger

More than 56,000 kids across South Georgia may go to bed hungry tonight and one in three children in that area live in homes where having enough to eat is a daily struggle. Farm Credit is dedicated to making a difference in the communities we serve and, and is proud to announce that the inaugural Farm Credit Harvest Festival at the Sunbelt Ag Expo raised nearly $3,000 to support Second Harvest of South Georgia and its programs to end hunger in the area. Read More

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