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By Mark Parker
There’s a lot to be said about youthful enthusiasm — especially when it’s focused on serving the agricultural community.
At Frontier Farm Credit’s Parsons location, two new financial services officers are bringing a fresh outlook to the task of providing credit and financial expertise.
Darren Wiley is a more recent addition to the Parsons staff but that doesn’t mean the Labette County native didn’t have important skills when he arrived in February.
You’ve heard it a thousand times—getting a start in agriculture can be tough. That’s why Frontier Farm Credit is committed to lending a hand with AgStart, a financial and educational resource dedicated to helping young and beginning farmers and ranchers reach out for the opportunities of American agriculture.
Farm Bill Strengthens Crop Insurance
According to the USDA Economic Research Service (ERS), The Agricultural Act of 2014 (Farm Bill) provides new and continuing insurance products to protect producers against losses resulting from price and yield risks. Under the Federal crop insurance program, private-sector insurance companies sell and service the policies, and USDA’s Risk Management Agency develops and/or approves the premium rate, administers premium and expense subsidies, approves and supports products, and reinsures the companies.
Leasing can provide many benefits to you – preserve working capital, avoid equipment obsolescence, diversify credit, and provide 100% financing. Above all, a properly structured True Lease can bring valuable tax savings.
- FFA Chapter Fuels Burning Desire to Learn
- AgDirect® Benefiting Frontier Farm Credit and You
- Peace of Mind the Goal When Financing Rural Property
- Crop Insurance Processes, Products Provide Risk Management Support for Customers
- The Privilege of Serving Farmers
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