Competitive rates on long-term fixed-rate financing options.
Meet the routine cash flow needs of your business and manage risk.
Modernize with affordable, convenient financing.
Conveniently manage daily farm and family needs.
Acquire flexibility and potential tax benefits.
Financing farm-related services such as custom application.
Maximize returns by putting idle funds to work where they generate the best return.
Use funds for future loan payments, taxes or insurance.
Financing for ag equipment and irrigation systems.
Financing options exclusively designed for people who live or want to live a rural lifestyle.
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Purchase the lot you want and select the financing option that makes the most sense for you.
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“Working capital and cash burn rate may have simple definitions, but they carry big implications for your operation.”
Evan Hahn is Vice President Credit - Agribusiness and is based in Wooster, Ohio. He leads a team of credit analysts that serve agribusiness accounts by understanding their credit needs and providing credit analysis for Farm Credit Mid-America and customers.
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