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Contribution Will Assist Livestock Producers Impacted by Winter Storm Atlas
Denver, Nov. 21, 2013 – The Farm Credit System, a national network of cooperatives that provides financing and related services to agricultural producers, agribusinesses, and rural infrastructure providers, today announced a $175,000 donation to the South Dakota Rancher Relief Fund. Five Farm Credit entities have partnered to assist the relief efforts including AgriBank (St. Paul, Minn.), CoBank (Denver, Colo.), Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica; Omaha, Neb.), Frontier Farm Credit (Manhattan, Kan.), and Northwest Farm Credit Services (Spokane, Wash.).
Frontier Farm Credit can help protect the future of your business and family. Frontier Farm Credit has partnered with First Resource Group to provide solid, cost-effective life insurance solutions. Whether you are taking on new debt, have existing unprotected debt, are starting a family or are expanding your operation, it’s a good idea to consider additional life insurance.
The United States is currently working on two significant free trade agreements to include The Trans-Pacific Partnership and the US-European Union “Free Trade” Agreement. Negotiators are finding that these agreements are difficult to design with significant numbers of stakeholders voicing their needs and concerns, often in conflict with each other. While free trade is about finding win/win situations, there are the ever present protectionist attitudes and policies of existing and potential trade partners to consider. When dealing with multiple countries such as these two macro agreements, all parties need to have something that is a “win” for the current political situation at home. Often these “wins” come at the expense of other parties.
Frontier Farm Credit continues to grow well past our original “Vision 2015” target of $1.5 billion in volume by 12/31/2015. I’m certainly very pleased with the level of growth in accrual volume but equally as important is the excellent credit quality, the growth in all lines of related services income and solid year-to-date earnings. That’s a very positive reflection on the farmers, ranchers, and agribusiness customers we are privileged to serve.
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