Restructuring Farm Debt

Create financial stability in lean economic times. 

In uncertain times, farmers and ranchers who are proactive about their financial situation are more apt to be able to play offense when the tides shift and new opportunities emerge. Liquidity is essential in maintaining the success of an agricultural operation but can prove difficult to obtain when you find yourself overleveraged and unable to stay ahead of a heavy debt load.

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How Farm Finances Have Changed in 2020

Shifts in the Economic Landscape and Farmer Sentiment

At the start of 2020, sentiment among American farmers was generally optimistic. The first phase of the U.S.-China trade agreement was underway with the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement right behind it. Farmer sentiment reached a record high in February and Secretary Perdue stated that Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments would likely not be needed this year.

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The Accelerated Program: Securing Capital Fast

How to Quickly Access Working Capital with AgAmerica’s Accelerated Loan Program

In 2018, AgAmerica conducted an in-depth consumer insights study with the help of an experience design firm. We performed this analysis in order to better understand the financial needs of the farmers and ranchers we proudly serve. Through this study, AgAmerica found that the most used words by farmers to describe the lending process indicated a general unease when it came to obtaining financing for their operation.

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(Infographic) Top Three Reasons for an Ag Loan

AgAmerica Lending Brings Experience and Innovation to Agricultural Lending

AgAmerica Lending is one of the largest non-bank agricultural lenders in the United States, focused solely on agricultural real estate financing. AgAmerica is changing the way today’s farmers, ranchers, and landowners finance their dreams with their spectrum of conventional and alternative land loan programs.

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Apples Are a Hot Commodity Across the U.S.

Learn more about apples, including apple facts, apple harvest statistics, and how this favorite fruit can enhance Halloween celebrations

Apples are the most consumed fruit in the U.S., with the average person consuming about 28 pounds per year. As a result, it’s easy to see why apples are one of the most valuable fruit crops in the nation and why the U.S. has so many apple producers – 7,500 – who grow, on average, 240 million bushels of each year on an approximated 322,000 acres of land.Read More

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3 Tips for Buying a Ranch Farm

Learn how to mindfully approach choosing and purchasing a ranch farm

Owning a ranch farm can be a very exciting and fulfilling experience, especially for those looking to pass the ranching traditions on to the next generation. However, it’s not an investment to be taken lightly — owning a ranch comes with a lot of responsibility.Read More

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AgAmerica Lending Serves U.S. Veterans

Veterans in agriculture receive assistance, support from nation’s premier land lender.

In honor of Memorial Day – a time to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and to thank those who have served – AgAmerica Lending would like to honor the men and women of our armed forces.Read More

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AgAmerica Lending Team Members Attend Global AgInvesting 2018

Mac Miller and Colin Clyne represent AgAmerica Lending at Global AgInvesting 2018.

With the goal of acquiring new information to aid in becoming better stewards for the future of agriculture, two AgAmerica Lending team members are attending Global AgInvesting 2018. Celebrating its tenth year, this annual conference brings together agriculture investment stakeholders from across the world.Read More

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We’ll See You at the Georgia and South Carolina Cattlemens’ Shows

Explore the offerings at two Southeast Cattlemens’ conferences.

The early days of April are convention time in the Southeast as both the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association and the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association are holding their annual meetings. Such shows and expos are a prime time for those in the cattle industry to get together, learn, network, and celebrate their industries. AgAmerica will have team members in attendance at each show; explore below to find out what to expect at these cattle expos.Read More

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NCBA Topics: What’s on the Table for Convention and Trade Show

2018 Cattle Industry Convention & NCBA Topics

Explore the NCBA topics that will be discussed at the largest, and oldest cattle industry convention.

The cattle industry is one of the oldest ag industries in the country, and the NCBA Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show is the largest, and oldest cattle industry convention. Scheduled for January 31st to February 2nd in Phoenix, Arizona, the show is full of presentations, meetings, and seminars on NCBA topics that will address the concerns and challenges of working in the cattle industry today. The AgAmerica Lending team will also be at booth #105 to discuss our cattle ranch loans with attendees. See the NCBA topics that will be front and center at the convention and trade show below.Read More

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