Now is the time to start thinking about end-of-year plans and what 2024 might have in store.Read More
Operating a farm isn’t going to get any less expensive this year. Costs of everything from inputs to equipment are rising. That’s why it’s a great time to consider an operating loan from Farm Credit Mid-America.
For one, these operating loans actually give you cash back. Disbursement Card purchases earn you 1.5% cash back on every purchase. Plus the more you use your line of credit, the more money you could get back at the end of the year in the form of Patronage.*
Farm Credit Mid-America operating loans are more flexible, too. Access to your line of credit can be based on your preferences, and a newly improved online banking system makes accessing your funds easier than ever. Rates are more competitive than you might think, even compared to your local community bank.
And every operating loan from Farm Credit Mid-America comes with the added assurance of a tailored, one-on-one experience, from a person who really knows your business. It’s what you’d expect from a farmer-owned lender.
Discover why this is the perfect time to look into an operating loan from Farm Credit Mid-America. Or if you already have an operating line of credit, the perfect time to use it.
Loans subject to credit approval. Terms and conditions may apply. Farm Credit Mid-America is an equal opportunity lender. Disbursement card is for use with an operating loan. Operating loans are subject to credit approval. Additional terms and conditions may apply. For more information, please contact us at 800-444-FARM.
*Patronage is a decision the Board of Directors considers and makes every year. It is not a guaranteed payment, but rather a return of our earnings paid to Patronage-eligible customers of Farm Credit Mid-America, according to board resolution. Learn more
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