Working at Farm Credit is more than a job, it's a way of life. Our employees are committed to our customers' success. We offer a work environment that demands your best, and in return delivers interesting work, co-workers who care and operate with integrity, and meaningful contributions to an essential industry. Our employees have the opportunity every day to demonstrate their passion for agriculture, their commitment to rural America and their dedication to delivering exceptional performance.
As the nation's leading financial resource for agriculture, Farm Credit stays on the cutting edge of technology, evolving business practices and emerging trends. This means we offer a wide variety of challenging opportunities to build and expand your professional experience. While Farm Credit hires many employees with training in credit and finance, we also need people with skills in other specialized areas, such as crop insurance, appraisal services, information technology, human resources and marketing.
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Changes in the agricultural sector are affecting the value of agricultural assets—land, equipment and grain inventories—that show up on farmers’ balance sheets, and will have an impact on owners’ equity and working capital. Read More »
Nothing is better for college students to help bolster their resume than real-world experience in their chosen field. Farm Credit and the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) have teamed up for the third straight year up to deliver an exciting professional development opportunity to a select group of agricultural communications students who will collect and distribute original content on NAMA's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels during the 2016 Agri-Marketing Conference. Apply now for the opportunity to join the 2016 NAMA Social Media Corps! Read More »
In 2011, Heather Gibson was introduced to Farm Credit at the AFA Leaders Conference. She interned with American AgCredit in Wichita, Kan. after she earned a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Kansas State University. Next, she began her graduate studies in agricultural economics to Kansas State, and American AgCredit offered her a full-time job opportunity. Read More »
Farm Credit is a proud support of the AgChat Foundation through the National Contributions Program. The AgChat Foundation empowers farmers, ranchers and other agvocates to connect through social media platforms and has built the highly visible #AgChat community on Twitter. Read More »