Louisville, KY (March 19, 2012)
By all accounts, there was something special about Richie McClerkin.
“I’ve been at Murray State for 24 years and Richie was one of a kind,” said Dr. Tony Brannon, dean of MSU’s Hutson School of Agriculture. “He was a very kindhearted student who just fit in with everyone—he liked everybody and everybody liked him.”
Tragically, McClerkin, who was a financial services officer with Farm Credit Mid-America, passed away unexpectedly in February of 2010 at the age of 30. To honor his memory, Farm Credit recently made a $5,000 gift to an endowed scholarship in his name at Murray State University.
Louisville, KY (March 13, 2012)
Farm Credit Establishes Scholars Program at the UT College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and Farm Credit Mid-America have announced the creation of a scholars program within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
Louisville, KY (February 3, 2012)
The National 4-H Council has established a goal of engaging one million young members in science programs by 2013. Indiana 4-H Foundation executive director Shelly Bingle-Coffman wants to see some of those in Indiana. Here’s more about the program and a recent donation made by Farm Credit.
Louisville, KY (January 18, 2012)
Travel with MTSU students as they make a coast-to-coast trip during spring break in a car powered only by hydrogen, solar energy, and ten gallons of cellulosic ethanol!
Louisville, KY (January 5, 2012)
As a Regional Vice President for Farm Credit Mid-America, Aaron Miller oversees all operations in the central Kentucky field offices. He loves his job, but after a busy day in the office or on the road, you’ll more than likely find him outdoors on his 30-acre farm near Campbellsville, checking on his cow-calf herd.