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Statewide, the Farm Credit System serves more than 10,000 customer-owners with approximately $4 billion in assets through 38 branch locations.
Unlike other lending institutions, when you borrow from AgHeritage Farm Credit Services you become part owner. You share in the benefits of ownership.
In July 2016, Farm Credit marked 100 years of support for rural communities and agriculture, a milestone celebrated throughout the year and now drawing to a close. See highlights from Farm Credit's year-long centennial celebration.
AgHeritage Farm Credit Services held a groundbreaking ceremony on April 2 for its new McGehee location. The office is located at Hwy 65 South, just south of the Arkansas Ag John Deere dealership. Construction of the approximate 4,700 square foot office, which will include a community room, is expected to be complete in July. The AgHeritage FCS Dermott office will relocate to the McGehee location once construction is complete.
The AgHeritage Farm Credit Services Annual Stockholders’ Meeting will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, for the purpose of presenting the reports of the association and opening the election process for directors and the nominating committee.
The meeting will be held at the Association’s Central Office located at 119 East Third Street in Little Rock.
The Annual Meeting Information Statement was mailed to stockholders on or about March 23.
AgHeritage Farm Credit Services (AgHeritage FCS), a cooperative serving 24 counties of central and southeast Arkansas, reports year-end financial results for 2017. Net income for the year ended December 31, 2017, was $24.87 million and owned and managed assets were approximately $1.25 billion.
“AgHeritage FCS has generated some of the top financial ratios in the Farm Credit System in terms of capital, efficiency ratio, credit quality and earnings,” said Greg Cole, president & CEO… Continue Reading