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Ag Loans

Ag Loans

Financing agriculture

Most lenders don’t understand the cyclical nature of your business, but we do. We know what goes into building poultry houses, growing your cattle operation, or preparing for harvest.

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Understanding borrower needs since 1916

Farm Credit of Western Arkansas understands the needs of western Arkansas farmers, ranchers and rural homeowners. Most of our employees have agricultural backgrounds or ag degrees, and many own and operate farms themselves. Most importantly, we’ll tailor a loan to your farming operation and financial goals.

$11 MM Patronage Cash to members this year ($162.5 MM since 1996)
12,148 Total Stockholders
94% Small Farmers (less than $250K gross farm income)
59% Beginning Farmers (farming less than 10 years)
31% Young Farmers (age 35, and younger)

Committed to rural western Arkansas

Supporting our local communities is a cornerstone of our cooperative business model. From cooking meals for exhibitors at the county fair, to sponsoring commodity group events and donating time, leadership and funds to youth programs of all types, you'll find Farm Credit and our employees engaged in your community.

Agriculture lender supports Arkansas FFA. Youth loans. Beginning farmer loans. Agriculture loans. Loans for homes in the country. Arkansas timber loans. The Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas are proud to be a $10,000 sponsor of the Arkansas FFA Foundation. The associations also made a $10,000 donation towards the Marion D. Fletcher Leadership Center at Camp Couchdale in Hot Springs. Arkansas 4-H Donation Sponsorship The Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas are proud to be a $10,000 sponsor of the Arkansas 4-H Foundation. The associations also made a $10,000 donation towards the Rose Garden Pavilion at the Arkansas 4-H Center. Farm Credit Adam McClung Scholarship Recipient The Farm Credit Adam McClung Leadership Scholarship is awarded annually at the Arkansas Cattlemen's Association Convention. This year, two recipients were awarded the $1,000 scholarship - Carley Morgan and Jacey Smith (not pictured). Carley plans to attend Arkansas State University this fall to study animal science. Jacey plans to attend Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College this fall to study animal science and reproduction. Compass Cold Storage Grand Opening Farm Credit celebrated the opening of Compass Cold Storage in Mulberry, AR. This new state-of-the-art facility financed by Farm Credit will bring business and jobs to a rural community while providing a valuable service in the supply chain. 25 people posing for photo. College students in the Minorities in Ag, Natural Resources & Related Services organization are in front. The Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas sponsored the annual Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS) luncheon and tour at the Arkansas Department of Agriculture. Johnson County Cattle Camp The Clarksville Farm Credit branch partnered with their local 4-H program to sponsor Cattle Camp. The camp covers topics such as nutrition, daily care, and showmanship to help 4-H'ers improve in the show ring.
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