Resources

Find the latest blog posts, financial education, events and more from Frontier Farm Credit.

Dec 23, 2019 | The Business of Agriculture

Economists Brent Gloy and David Widmar talked with Chad Gent, our senior vice president of credit, about lessons learned from the past year.

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COMMON GROUND BLOG

Dec 23, 2019 | The Business of Agriculture

Lessons Learned in 2019 You Can Apply to 2020

Economists Brent Gloy and David Widmar talked with Chad Gent, our senior vice president of credit, about lessons learned from the past year.

Nov 26, 2019 | The Business of Agriculture

Planning for 2020: Small Changes in Costs Expected

Producers who update and refer to their budget throughout the year are among the most confident decision makers.

Oct 31, 2019 | The Business of Agriculture

Cybersecurity Awareness: Top Ten Tips to Keep You and Your Operation Safe

We take the security of your personal information seriously. You also can take steps to protect yourself.

LEARNING CENTER

The Business of Agriculture

Five Tips for Calculating Your Breakeven Point

Routine financial management is essential to the long-term sustainability of every farm, but making marketing decisions unique to your operation isn’t always so simple.

The Business of Agriculture

Reducing Cost: The Question Is Where

The grain industry is a low-margin business that rewards low cost producers, particularly in today’s economic environment.

The Business of Agriculture

How Managerial Accounting Can Help You Manage Your Farm or Ranch

Accrual-based managerial accounting offers a solution for those who want a deeper understanding of their operation and the financial insights.

Events


We sponsor, exhibit or present at agricultural events and farm shows throughout the year in Kansas. Find an event near you.

BROWSE EVENTS 

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