All across the country, the state chapters of the Cattlemen’s Beef Associations are gearing up for their individual state annual meetings. The South Carolina Cattlemen’s Annual Meeting is slated for March 5th. AgAmerica Lending will be on hand to network with the men and women present who represent the state’s beef cattle producers. The event is to be held at the Phillips Market Center in West Columbia, South Carolina.

The mission of the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Beef Association is to unite cattle producers to promote the economic, political and social interests of South Carolina’s cattle industry, and to increase the demand for beef and beef products within the state of South Carolina. At such meetings, stakeholders gather to discuss issues like government regulations, industry advancements, association policies, and much more. To the beef producers in The Palmetto State, beef is the most important commodity there is.

AgAmerica Lending stands beside the cattlemen and cattlewomen of South Carolina and the rest of the country, in their mission to promote the beef industry at home and beyond with our cattle ranch loan expertise. We have a proven track record of helping the nation’s ranchers and farmers to ‘get up and go’ with farm lending utilizing as our low interest rates, long amortizations, and outstanding 10-year line of credit.

Stop by our booth to meet our correspondent lender Cameron Flowers and our Relationship Manager Don Harden.

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DON HARDEN

Relationship Manager

Growing up in the Florida cattle and citrus business, Don Harden manages his family ranch of several thousand head of cattle and horses. He has almost 40 years of experience in the real estate business; 15 years of which were spent with a large real estate auction company specializing in agricultural sales.

CAMERON FLOWERS

Correspondent Lender

Cameron Flowers is a 7th generation South Carolinian having been born and raised in Aynor, South Carolina. He grew up working on his family’s tobacco and swine farm, and in high school won both the state FFA soil judging and farm business management competitions.