Resources

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

Sep 14, 2022 | The Business of Agriculture

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

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Our educational content includes articles, whitepapers, webinars, podcasts and videos related to farm finances, crop insurance, rural living and more from Frontier Farm Credit.

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COMMON GROUND BLOG

Sep 23, 2022 | The Business of Agriculture

What's the Deal with Cost Per Bushel?

Learn more about various ways to measure costs, the insights each delivers and how they can be used or misused in the decision-making process.

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.

Sep 1, 2022 | The Business of Agriculture

What You Need to Know for 2023: 5 Market Summaries in 5 Minutes

Now is a good time to start penciling in 2023 budgets. Our economist, Matt Erickson, looks at costs, prices and market trends to jump-start your planning.

LEARNING CENTER

Crop Insurance

RPowerD and MPowerD

Crop insurance option designed to provide opportunities to potentially establish a higher guaranteed revenue – or margin.

The Business of Agriculture

Farm Loan Affordability: It’s Not Just the Interest Rate

Learn about the calculator and educational programs we offer to help you manage your farm loans and cash flow.

The Business of Agriculture

How Much Land Can I Afford?

The key is knowing what you can realistically afford based on your business.

Events


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

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