New Digital Resources on FarmCredit.com
DENVER, Aug. 6, 2012 – Two years after unveiling FarmCredit.com, Farm Credit has released a new batch of digital resources that will help the media, investors and anyone interested in the business of agriculture stay informed and engaged.
As a provider of financing and related services to rural America, Farm Credit is integrally connected to the businesses and people behind American agriculture.
Recent reports indicate the public and media are more interested in agriculture and our food sources than ever before. This has prompted many American farmers and ranchers to directly connect to their customers and local communities. By providing access to experts, trends, and the latest industry news for all of these audiences, Farm Credit continues to serve as a central resource for the industry.
New resources on FarmCredit.com include:
- Farm Credit’s blog - The AGgregator: An online information hub for the businesses and communities that support agriculture, The AGgregator is where Farm Credit publishes original content, shares relevant industry information and provides timely updates on breaking news.
- Meet our Experts - Farm Credit Speaker Bureau: Find sources for interviews, speaking engagements, contributed articles and more on a variety of agriculture and finance-related topics on Farm Credit’s new Speaker Bureau section.
- News You Can Use - Enhanced Newsroom: Access an easily searchable library of recent news coverage, press releases and numerous multimedia assets including images, videos and informative fact sheets. Browse by date, tag or keyword and find news, images and experts all in one place.
Members of the media, industry leaders and the general public can stay connected with all these resources by subscribing to The AGgregator by email or RSS and by following Farm Credit on Twitter and Facebook.
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About Farm Credit: Lending Support to Rural America
For nearly a century, Farm Credit has been a national provider of credit and related services to rural America through a cooperative network of customer-owned lending institutions and specialized service organizations. Created by Congress in 1916, the Farm Credit System provides nearly $175 billion in loans and leases to farmers, ranchers, rural homeowners, aquatic producers, timber harvesters, agribusinesses, and agricultural and rural utility cooperatives. For more information about the Farm Credit System, please visit http://www.farmcredit.com/.
For more information:
Margaret Fogarty, Farm Credit National Communications Director
Email: Margaret.Fogarty@farmcredit.com | Phone: (303) 721-3284
Social: twitter.com/farmcredit | facebook.com/farmcreditnational