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Louisville, KY (May 19, 2014)

Farm Credit Mid-America rated ‘best’ in Kentucky workplace for second consecutive year

Louisville, KY (May 19, 2014) – For the second consecutive year, the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management and the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce have named agriculture lender Farm Credit Mid-America one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky. Farm Credit ranked as one of the top-scoring businesses in the large-company category of 500 […]

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Louisville, KY (August 22, 2013)

Farm Credit customer-members to elect four directors

(August 23, 2013) Ten farmers have been nominated to fill four Board of Director positions at Farm Credit Mid-America. Ballots will be mailed in mid-September to more than 83,000 voting customer-members who will have through mid-October to cast their ballots. Here is more about this year’s candidates and the issues they see facing agriculture and […]

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Louisville, KY (June 28, 2013)

Farm Credit’s Paul Bruce honored as CFO of the Year

Farm Credit Mid-America’s Chief Financial Officer Paul Bruce has been named CFO of the Year for 2013 in the Very Large Private Company Category. This is the fifth year of the competition – sponsored by Business First Louisville Magazine – with winners featured in the June Issue.  Paul was honored at a luncheon on June […]

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Louisville, KY (November 30, 2012)

Farm Credit Mid-America Allocates $125,000 Toward Scholarships for 2013

Louisville, KY (December 3, 2012) – Farm Credit Mid-America, a $19 billion financial services cooperative serving farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, is committed to the future of agriculture. The cooperative will provide more than $125,000 in scholarship funding for youth pursuing an ag related education in the association’s four-state […]

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Louisville, KY (November 19, 2012)

Expiring tax laws, aging farm population raise awareness for the necessity of a farm succession plan

The issue of succession planning has been elevated as a result of the ‘Fiscal Cliff,’ a term used to describe the potential negative impact on the economy as tax breaks expire. Unless Congress takes action by the end of the year, the taxes on estates will be the same as the levels that were set more than a decade ago.

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