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Louisville, KY (July 31, 2012)

August 5 kicks off National Farmers’ Market Week

Louisville, KY – July 31, 2012 – As National Farmers Market Week kicks off on August 5, more and more consumers are enjoying the benefits of fresh produce and great deals offered by locally produced foods. “We see an emerging trend of products that are produced and sold on the farm or delivered directly to […]

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Louisville, KY (July 31, 2012)

Farm Credit Team Donates more than 12,000 Pounds of Clothing

Louisville, KY (July 31, 2102) – The staff at Farm Credit Mid-America, an agricultural lender serving farmers and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, collectively donated more than 12,000 pounds of clothing to two organizations – South Central Growers’ Foundation Double Harvest and G.O. Ministries. Both specialize in global outreach and community building […]

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Louisville, KY (July 30, 2012)

Farm Credit breaks ground for new office in Washington, Indiana

Louisville, KY (July 31, 2012) — Farm Credit announced a new office opening in Washington, IN located at 1847 Troy Road. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on July 26th and was attended by Farm Credit staff, advisors and representatives from the building and construction companies. Dick Poe, senior vice president – financial services, Farm Credit […]

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Louisville, KY (July 9, 2012)

Three Keys to Financial Survival in a Drought

While it is too early to assess the full extent of losses caused by the current drought, officials at Farm Credit Mid-America urge growers in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee to contact their lenders and crop insurance advisors now to discuss short- and long-term drought effects on their operations.

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Louisville, KY (July 9, 2012)

Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp Receives $25,000 Farm Credit Gift

Southern Ohio’s Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp is the latest of the state’s network of 4-H camps to receive a major gift from Farm Credit Mid-America. The $25,000 corporate donation received its initial impetus from a Farm Credit employee who experienced some of the camp’s needs firsthand.

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