Agricultural Sustainability

As a mission-driven financial cooperative, we believe in partnering with our customer-owners to build sustainable futures.


Supporting and enabling our customer-owners to achieve their goals of greater sustainability.

Sustainability begins with economic viability. That is why Frontier Farm Credit is here – to ensure farmers and ranchers have access to credit and risk management tools in good and tough times.

Producers also understand their livelihood depends on good stewardship and have long worked to leave something better for future generations. Frontier Farm Credit is here to support customer-owners as they build more sustainable operations. Through education, collaboration, industry partnerships and more, Frontier Farm Credit is helping make agriculture stronger for today and tomorrow.

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Our focus on environmental sustainability is a natural outgrowth of our long-standing support for the economic, generational and social well-being of our customer-owners and their rural communities.

Soil health, reduced reliance on natural and man-made resources, lower carbon emissions – sustainability takes many forms. And as consumers, policymakers and investors increasingly look to agriculture to help solve environmental problems, farmers and ranchers face opportunities and unknowns. Our approach is to help producers make sense of both.

As a producer-owned cooperative, we finance and insure agriculture as it comes. To that end, we do not and will not prescribe production methods; those are individual choices left up to each customer.


Educate customers about trends, issues, and opportunities.


Enable customers to participate in climate-smart practices through specialized products and programs.


Engage with other organizations to collaborate on new opportunities in sustainable agriculture where our funding, expertise and/or resources can bring value to our customers, associations, and industry.

Mar 7, 2023 | The Business of Agriculture

Outlooks for Commodities: Market Summaries in 5 Minutes

Our economist, Matt Erickson, looks at how supply and demand is shaping grain and protein markets.

Feb 24, 2023 | The Business of Agriculture

The Macro Economy and Key Considerations for 2023

Watch as we review current economic signals and their potential implication to your operation.

Sep 14, 2022 | The Business of Agriculture

Digging into Carbon Markets

Learn more about the state of carbon markets and factors to consider before jumping in.


Contact us if you have questions or need more information. Fill out the form and a team member will contact you.

Frontier Farm Credit serves farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses and rural residents in eastern Kansas. For inquiries outside this geography, use the Farm Credit Association Locator  to contact your local office.