Livestock Loans

Financing for the purchase, care, feeding or refinancing of debt on livestock.

Key Benefits of Financing Livestock With Us

Attractive Rates

Fixed, adjustable or variable rates, including rate conversions.

Flexible Payment Options

Loan terms range from short-term grass cattle financing to longer term loans for breeding livestock.

Tailored to Livestock Operation

Livestock loans can be tailored to meet your specific financing needs, whether it’s for grass cattle, backgrounding, feedlot or livestock breeding.

Cash-Back Dividends

A significant annual benefit, customer-owners have been paid more than $158 million since 2004.

"They’re knowledgeable about agriculture. You're not explaining what you're doing. And they're competitive – that's been important to me."

Hal & Sheila

Grain & Beef Producers, Kansas

Hal & Sheila


Fixed Rates

  • Locks in interest expense for predictable payments and cash flow management.

Variable Rates

  • Usually a lower rate that follows market conditions.
  • Rate based on either market index or Frontier Farm Credit-administered indexes.

Reasons to Finance Livestock With Us

Rate Conversions

If your financial needs change and you're not in a rate-lock agreement, you can convert your variable-rate loan to a fixed-rate loan after the first year. Fees may apply.

Account Access

View balances and transaction histories, transfer funds within your accounts, make payments and more through AgriPoint® or Frontier Farm Credit® Mobile.

Payment Schedules

Select monthly, quarterly, semiannual or annual interest payment schedules; fully or partially amortized loans; and decreasing, even or accelerated payment schedules.

Financial Management

Online tools in AgriPoint help you analyze the financial health of your business. Create balance sheets and cash flows, calculate breakevens, automate recordkeeping and unlock profit insights.

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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.