4 Key Business Relationships to Have in Your Inner Crop Circle

How To Help Your Farm Thrive in 2019

Find out how working with trusted ag lenders, crop consultants, insurance agents and attorneys can help your farm thrive.

Running a modern agricultural operation requires a diverse range of skills, including, but not limited to crop planting and management, soil fertility maintenance, financial planning and business expertise, sales and marketing know-how, and preparing for an uncertain future.

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Family Farms Remain Critical to U.S. Agriculture

Find out how family farms contribute to the nation’s ag industry

There’s no denying the importance of family farming. The USDA reports family farms as an essential part of United States (U.S.) agriculture, contributing approximately 99 percent of America’s 2.1 million farms, and 89 percent of agricultural production. A family farm is classified as any farm organized as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or family corporation, excluding farms organized as nonfamily corporations or cooperatives, as well as farms with hired managers.Read More

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Capturing the Authenticity of Florida Cattle Ranchers

Learn More About Dustin Prickett and How He Brings Art to Ag

Everywhere you look, there is art. The world of agriculture has an immense array of art within it  from the process of planting a single seed and cultivating colorful and nutritious row crops, to the cattle ranchers raising calves. AgAmerica understands the commitment and resilience it takes to be a farmer or rancher and the importance that agriculture plays as a way of life for millions of individuals across the country.Read More

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2018 Corn Maze Fun at Scott’s Maze Adventures

AgAmerica Advocating for Agriculture as Sponsor of Local Corn Maze

Fall is finally here, and that means cooler weather and exciting fall festivities, like corn mazes! At Long and Scott Farms in Apopka, Florida, Scott’s Maze Adventures—featuring an annual corn maze—has been a staple of their agribusiness for 16 years now, and has grown to be one of the area’s most popular corn maze events.Read More

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2018 Florida Ranch Rodeo and Cowboy Heritage Festival

An educational and fun experience for the whole family to learn about Florida’s rich ranching history.

The agricultural industry is made up of hard working individuals who labor tirelessly day-in and day-out. It is important to come together as an ag community to appreciate the talent of our fellow farmers and ranchers and celebrate the rich agricultural history of Florida. On September 28-29 the Florida Ranch Rodeo and Cowboy Heritage Festival is an event full of fun and excitement for the whole family, and is the 11th annual fundraiser for the Florida Cattlemen’s Association. Read More

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Employee Highlight: Chief Revenue Officer Craig Lickley

From Farmer to Chief Revenue Officer, Craig Lickley, Joins AgAmerica Lending Ready to Make a Difference

At AgAmerica Lending, we are committed to ensuring we have the best possible team to take care of your farm real estate lending and agriculture mortgage loan needs. We continue towards this commitment with the new addition of our Chief Revenue Officer, Craig Lickley. Read More

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Family Ranching Lives On: Sisters Continuing Their Father’s Legacy

Read about one family ranching story that shows that the ag lifestyle never leaves you.

Ranching is a way of life, and many hope to pass those ranching traditions, and the ranch itself, on to the next generation. Family ranching has deep roots in many corners of the country, with generations going back as far as anyone can remember. They are roots that pull us back no matter what. Sisters Rachel and Rebecca both grew up on their family ranch in central Alabama, and both returned to the ranch and the ag way of life—in addition to other pursuits—after the untimely death of their father, Gary Bearden. Their story was shared in a Southeast FarmPress article—Rebecca is a monthly contributing writer to the publication—and you can read the details below.Read More

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